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Justin Bieber · As Long As You Love Me (Remix)

Louis La Roche puts everything else Bieber to shame [mostly his music]

It took me 20 minutes to find a damn decent picture of Justin Bieber [and let’s just say I settled]. But now that we’re past that, we gotta get past my posting of the Beibs on Silence. Soon as you check this ‘As Long as You Love Me’ remix though, you’ll understand why. Louis La Roche simply samples bits of Bieber and transforms his sound with such a distinct pattern, yet my tongue can’t quite wrap its name up. La Roche is calling it Garage, so apparently I need to study up on that (I’m not an expert on every sub-genre!)

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Lenno · ‘Mighty Love’ vs ‘Sweet Disposition’

Mashing up Pryda and The Temper Trap

I just had a real rush of awe-inspiring-ness while listening to Lenno’s mashup of ‘Mighty Love’ & ‘Sweet Disposition,’ mostly because I remembered I still have two tacos in the fridge. (best.feeling.ever) But also because of this remarkable mash of house & those rememberable vocals from the late 00’s — even though it takes a bit for the vocals to kick in. And make sure to wait for it [3:40].

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Catching Flies ·· The Stars

An audio trip for those ears of yours

Catching Flies lays out for us a four-track EP, titled The Stars, and my is it electro mastery. Vocal manipulation is almost becoming a necessity for my ears and I haven’t heard such fine manips since Madeux or TIP. Catching Flies borrows from a few fine vocalists for all four songs – Coldplay, Bajka, Mt. Wolf & the last which I couldn’t find credits for (credit your samples, people). In the end, some tripworthy tracks that’ll definitely be in my next beats to blaze to edition.

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Kylie Minogue · Cant Get You Outta My Head (Remix)

Carly D does very dirty on this glitchified remix

God it’s good to feature a female producer. There’s a real shortage of ’em. And what a producer Carly D is. I don’t think I’ve heard a drop that gets my spine a tinglin’ like the first one on her remix of Kylie Minogue’s ‘Can’t Get You Outta My Head.’ It’s clearly Oakland influenced and is not for the conservative ear.

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REverb Rock ·· Fables

He's got this nonchalant way of seducing you in.

I don’t say this too often, especially not so prematurely, but REverb Rock’s got potential for big tings (things). So far I only like the two tracks that’ve come off his soon to be released Fables album, but those two have been floatin ’round my head for days – and not in just the usual way.

At first, I thought of his sound as just some pleasant chillwave or whatever you wanna call it, but (not so) soon after I realized REverb’s music is much more than that. His voice has this nonchalant way of seducing you into his lyrics. The words are as simple as they come, yet as clear in my head as I’ve ever pictured. And although he may be much more of a storyteller to me now, his music production carries an almost equal weight.

Fables is fully out in December. But not getting my hopes up, yet (never ends well).

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Luminaire ·· Separate Ways

From Disco to House, just like our soulful forefathers

Luminaire’s Seperate Ways is a 5-track EP with a healthy mix of House & Disco. And even though it’s hard to differentiate Disco from House at times, I of course flock to the side that carries the soulful singers (disco, I’m guessing). ‘Allready Over’ & ‘It Will Be Allright’ are right up there with what first got me into my love lust with Luminaire, but they still gotta ways to go to toppel my first love.

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The Other Tribe · Skirts (Eat More Cake Remix)

Sometimes the remix does it better with the vocals

Life’s a bitch, but thank god we’ve got music like this. Eat More Cake’s remix of ‘Skirts’ takes these tease-filled vocals and accompanies them with a far more calming state of Electronica than its original. Which fits the vocals much better.

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Hobotech · The FFV

A strange one, but I love strange ones!

Ok, this is a strange one, but you know I love the strange ones!! Jon Hobotech Margulies, or Hobotech for short, busts a whomping, whirling folkstep at us and I’ve rarely seen it done before (or ever). This glitch-folk-step breed of electro may just be one of thousands of other styles emerging, but it sounds progressively appealing for now. Let’s just hope no one steps on this as much as they all did dubstep. Poor, poor dubstep.

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Killtronik · Paris La Nuit (Meridian Remix)

Finally goin international with our vocal selections -- no, not rap.

I’m finally getting out of my anglocentric ways and gettin into some good ol’ international voices. First with Hindi music via Ghetto Funk and now some French via Meridian’s ‘Paris La Nuit’ remix.

Killtronik’s gets an electro pop makeover from Meridian and it sure rides well with those French female vocals. The one irritating thing, which my roommate pointed out is the male backup vocals – they sound so euro-sleazy. Do love those lady vocals though (just to let you know, again).

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GRiZ · Smash the Funk

Electro bass, now with that sexy sax!

Whats up with electro producers throwin in so many sax solos nowadays… cause I looove it. Like I’ve said time & again (it’s even getting old to me), there’s nothing that sounds better with electro music than that saxy sex (or however you say it). But unlike most electro/sax combos, this one’s fatty as f**k, in bass that is.

‘Smash the Funk’ is bass typical of that Pretty Lights sound – hip-hop sampled, electro-bass music – and it’s still mighty fresh to me… especially when you get sax involved.

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