Coldplay released a new single this past Tuesday and it seems like the internet could not get over how much it sounded like Bon Iver. Regardless of their new sound, it was only a matter of time before everyone jumped on the bootleg remix train. The first one that caught my eye was this subtle, yet dancey take by NYC resident and Parisian transplant LEVI. Available for free download via his facebook page it’s chill in all the best ways.
Toronto kids Zeds Dead have always garnered my respect for taking some really dope songs from every depth of the musical spectrum and putting their own spin on it, each time cutting and editing samples and songs without being cheesy or overdone. Not an easy feat, let me tell you.
Just released yesterday is their remix of indie music king Bon Iver; after stumbling across what they once thought was lost to the depths of an old hard-drive, DC and Hooks blew off the dust and cleaned it up, and lucky for the world they’re giving away the newly-polished remix for free. Mixing together 8-bit sounds and their intelligently-wound wobbles and slides with Bon Iver’s haunting and sad vocals, Zeds Dead provides a remix that once again showcases both their signature sound and finesse for rewiring tracks.
Stream below and click the FREE DOWNLOAD button to nab it off their Facebook page.
After a heated Grammy Sunday, we’re back into the swing of things with a brand new week ahead of us. I have news featuring coverage of the Grammys, Future Music Festival Asia, & Cut Copy’s Ben Browning with his solo project. Please read on after the jump.
Good morning! It’s the first weekend of February and Billboard has a treat for all of us electronic music lovers with their latest issue “Dance Dance Evolution.” It’s crazy how far it has come in the US. Anyway, I have news featuring Electric Forest, Sasquatch Music Festival, Steve Aoki, Burning Man, Orbital, Miike Snow, High Contrast, Nicolas Jaar, & Bon Iver. Please read on after the jump.