Tag Archives: remix

You Are Somewhere Around Here by jtron

You Are Somewhere Around Here is a remix of a song by the Maybenauts, and it’s largely timestretched: the song is slowed down, which lends the guitars a very heavy sound, like distorted shoegazer guitars.

Axel F cover sorta by Greynaab

Axel F cover sorta is more of a remix of the theme to Beverly Hills Cop, by Harold Faltermeyer, full of staccato keyboard playing. It’s an upbeat and bouncy synthpop song.

This Woman’s Work (remix) by CarrotAdventure

This Woman’s Work (remix) is a synthy dance remix of Kate Bush. It’s CarrotAdventure’s second Kate Bush remix here.

Halcyon+off (fm campers remix) by Espoo2

Halcyon+off (fm campers remix) is a remix of the classic Orbital track “Halcyon + On + On” (also note: hey, Orbital’s on SoundCloud!). It’s kind of beautiful dreamy and spacy trance, and it knocks me out every time. And yes I’m probably biased because I love the original so much.

This is the first appearance of Orbital and of Espoo2 on the podcast.

No More “I Love You’s” (Beautiful Unicorn Remix) by CarrotAdventure

No More “I Love You’s” (Beautiful Unicorn Remix) is a dance remix of the Annie Lennox song, with a nice bassline groove and fun rearranged lyrical samples.

Castles by azarbayejani

Castles is an instrumental electronic remix of Bach’s Prelude in G, based on a performance by Pablo Casals.

Booty Don’t by cloeburner

Booty Don’t is a spacy dubby remix that really (unrecognizably) works over the original, Booty Dew by GS Boyz (not recommended).

Case Study #3 by davejay

Case Study #3 is a loopy trip-hop song based on samples from a 1960’s LSD PSA from Lockheed, which had lush instrumentation and trippy oil projection visuals and a really delightful story about LSD and hot dogs and a musical sting befitting a True Tale of Hot Dog Murder!

I fell into kind of a drug PSA hole researching this and the thread linked from the song.

Bertie (Blissout Mix) by CarrotAdventure

Bertie (Blissout Mix) is a happy, blissed-out & loopy dance remix of a Kate Bush song.

tetris (intel+dubstepmix) by ageispolis

tetris (intel+dubstepmix) is a remix of the Tetris theme, including a sample from Intel ads. It had me at “Tetris.”

Criminal (TTP Remix) by god particle

Criminal (TTP Remix) is an industrial remix of the original song by The Roots. The original is jazzy hip-hop; this is a much more aggressive techno version, which matches the lyrics better.

last night a werewolf fell in love with me (silver lipstick remix) by February28

last night a werewolf fell in love with me (silver lipstick remix) is a slightly livelier remix of a power pop song about supernatural romance.

Edit: Whoops. I published this, but I didn’t attach the song. Fixed!

Reckoner (Sparkletone Bmore Slow Dance Remix) by sparkletone

Reckoner (Sparkletone Bmore Slow Dance Remix) is a simpler, slower, and prettier remix of a Radiohead song.

My Generation Remix by Me, The Snake

My Generation Remix is a loopy and groovy dance song, based on samples of the classic rock tune, The Who’s “My Generation.”

A Familiar Tune by uncleozzy

A Familiar Tune is a cheesy dance synth-based mashup. I caught the use of Pachelbel’s Canon and the Pet Shop Boys’ “Go West,” but I didn’t catch Puff the Magic Dragon and the Soviet national anthem by myself.

You Haven’t Done Nothin’ (Plump Mix) by ageispolis

You Haven’t Done Nothin’ (Plump Mix) is a tighter remix of the politically aware 1974 Stevie Wonder original. So funky.

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I Wish by ageispolis

Oh man that funky bassline YES!

I Wish remixes Stevie Wonder’s song, and it thickens up the awesome starting riff.

The Biggie Blues by ageispolis

The Biggie Blues is fun hip-hop, remixing Notorious B.I.G. with glitchy samples.

Bang Camaro – Push Push (DJ Die Young Bootleg Mix) by djamiem

DJ Die Young’s remix of Bang Camaro’s Push Push provides an energetic, electro start to the week.

Ever So Lonely Eyes by Sheila Chandra (Tragic Tech ReMix) by mrmojoflying

Ever So Lonely Eyes by Sheila Chandra (Tragic Tech ReMix) remixes an almost a capella track – the original version on Youtube – into a lovely trance song.