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Daft Punk · Technologic (Scary Toys Remix)

The nerdman's "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger."

I wasn’t into the whole techno scene back in ’05, but I sure as hell remember Daft Punk’s “Technologic.” I may not have appreciated it that much back when, but I loved the flow of the words.

In Scary Toys remix of the “Tecnologic” classic, the bass buzzer goes nice with Daft Punks witty little one liners. Love the choice they made & the style they presented it.

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Luminaire · Dream Lowe

I just can't get enough!

Wait, we get a funky disco track wrapped up all newage nice This is too good to be true. Luminaire puts the disco into electro and rocks it out precise. But I’m still wondering who the hell is singing that soulfulness. Whoever it is, I’m diggity down fo so mo! (for some more)

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Cliff Richard · Devil Woman (Appo Remix)

Always bringing the heat through beats on these cold & blustery days.

It’s good to have some downtempo, slightly tripped out beats back from Appo. I couldn’t pick anyone better to remix “Devil Woman” than him. A perfect tune to chill out to on this cold & blustery day.

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Robin Skouteris · The Queen Royal Megamix

A solid run through of Queen's best to commemorate Freddie Mercury

A solid mix to give tribute to The Queen of Pop, Freddie Mercury, whose been gone for just over 20 years now. It’s a good run through some of Queen’s best, but I wish I could’ve seen more of that clear cut sampling Robin does best. Still, it’s good to get back to him with a quick ten minute mix.

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The Hood Internet · Some Creeps (Mashup)

TLC & Michael McD... this should be interesting.

Love reviving those 90’s female vocals and TLC has got to be the cream of the crop. But when I saw Michael McDonald was mashed in here, that’s when I fell hard. The problem is that McD wasn’t placed all that well in here and didn’t get his fair share of play time. I do love how they included him, though – not enough of mashers are going back to the soulful 70’s.

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Gotye · Somebody That I Used To Know (PB Mix)

And when I say PB, I mean Party Ben (I ran out of room).

Goddamn, do I love me some Party Ben! Every time I see him come up on my SoundCloud Incoming, I pretty much know I’m gonna post it, especially with vocals like these.

I’m really surprised I haven’t featured more Gotye remixes on here, but thankfully I held off ’til now. Party Ben mixes in a Roxbury-type club banger with some of the most memorable lyrics of 2011. Really didn’t know how this would work mixed for the club, but PB pulls it off better than ever.

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Best Music of 2011 (Part 6) : From R&B to Indie

With some stops in Hip-Hop & Disco along the way.

I was a little hesitant on compiling a list of my favorite non-electro heavy tracks for 2011. It seemed like most blogs had the gist of what mine would look like and, for the most part, I didn’t have too much to add. But I decided to sack it up and do it anyway because (1) I wanted to keep track for future reference and (2) I did manage to find some real gems in here.

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Lana Del Rey · Born to Die (Damon Albarn Remix)

Albarn goes gorillaz on Lana Del Rey's voice.

Yesterday morning I woke up to find Damon Albarn had remixed “Born to Die” while checking the latest news on my phone. Right after, however, I fell back asleep and forgot about it until just a few hours ago, which happens to me more than it should.

Damon Albarn’s version, more than any other, chops & skews “Born to Die” and layers it into a 6-min tripped out piece. It does take a few minutes until her vocals are really brought out, but once Lana kicks in, so does Albarn’s downtempo, electro alterations.

This should tide us over until the reported official collaboration between the two surfaces.

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Notorious B.I.G. · Going Back to Cali (Viceroy Remix)

Going where not so many remixers have gone before, and I like it.

At first I just chalked this off as just another BIG remix, until I realized who was remixing him. Viceroy has remixed some known vocals into some freshly chilled tunes and has even created some stellar originals.

What I like best about this “Going Back to Cali” remix is that it goes for a completely different vibe than most remixers are going. The beached out, Jamaican vibe isn’t heard by many remixes, let alone with BIG’s lyrics thrown on top, and that’s what makes it so fresh & so clean (clean).

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Gabriel Teodros · Blossoms of Fire

Hip-hop beyond one's self and one's own personal struggles.

It’s good to hear from some of the hip-hop that got this blog goin. I got to know of Gabriel Teodros through his group, Abyssinian Creole, which created one of the most soulful hip-hop albums I’ve stuck with, Sexy Beast.

In his most recent solo work, Teodros teams up with Bean One for “Blossoms of Fire,” which is in reference to the 2000 documentary with the same name. The documentary covers a society in Mexico where women are empowered to create their own businesses. Check out the video which clearly gives homage to the movement and its greater potential impact on the world.

The full album, Colored People’s Time Machine, was released a few days ago, which I’ll be checking out.. soon as I find it.

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