Thursday, September 3, 2009

Round 'Em Up

There's been a serious lack of posting going on lately so I thought I'd play a little catch up here, and kill a few birds with one post... or however the expression goes. 

It took quite a few HypeM chart toppers before I really took Death To The Throne seriously, but I've realized he's definitely someone to watch. You can't really be considered a good remix until you've attempted to remix a Daft Punk classic (right?) so here is his take on "Technologic". It definitely doesn't focus on the original parts much, but definitely shows off his interesting style and takes the song in a completely different direction.


I really can't think of a single track involving Steed Lord that I ever really loved, except maybe the Jack Beat's remix of "It's What U Do 2 Me", but this latest remix of theirs has definitely won me over. I wouldn't even have given it a listen if I didn't see FutureFlash's name on it, but I'm glad I did. Very nice remix.


I was thrilled to receive two great new track from NROTB the other day. One being an original and the other, a remix of Amanda Blank's "Might Like You Better". The original track, "Droplet", is great, but MUST be listened to very very loud or else it will sound quite boring. The second track is my favorite track of theirs yet. It's an excellent remix that I can imagine being played be pretty much anyone anywhere, and would definitely have the dancefloor moving. 



Last, but not least is the Jesse Jamz remix of Flosstradamus' single, "Big Bills". I imagine this remix being played in more of an intimate club setting where everyone is jumping in to one another's personal space, and sweating all over each other. I'm definitely digging this one.

2 Responses to “Round 'Em Up”

Brad said...

The Steed Lord remix of FutureFlashs samples alot from Etienne De Crecy - Hope :). Good tune!

Lucas said...

Flosstradamus are planning a new album. Should be incredible. We interviewed Curtis from Flosstradamus about it. Check it out!

http://themusicpirate.blogspot.com/2009/10/flosstradamus-speaks-with-music-pirate.html