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The White Stripes · Fell In Love With A Girl (Remix)

Lewd Behavior's bass rollin' is quite on melody

Ghetto Funk’s yearly roundup of electro funk remixes wasn’t as eventful this year compared to last, but of course there was at least one funkadelic remix to highlight. Lewd Behavior’s remix of ‘Fell in Love with a Girl’ by The White Stripes is a bass rollin fanfare, ‘specially with those drops. I bet if Mr. White himself went funky with the electro, he’d probably tune the bass to something like this – it matches his sound that well.

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Mutemath · In No Time (Pierce Fulton Remix)

Love music that'll make you reflect

God Pierce really pulls the magic from Paul Meany’s voice. This Mutemath remix has all the bells & whistles you usually find in a Pierce Fulton bit, electro-weirdness & all, but these Mutemath vocals really top it off best. Love a song that makes you reflect (I should make a mix of them all, someone please remind me).

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I, Aeronaut · Everything

Downtempo loveliness

I, Aeronaut is a pleasant change of pace from all the disco-electro we’ve been raving about lately. ‘Everything’ is a no frills, downtempo relaxation, but carries a calm, emotional melody to keep your attention. Once again, however, some vocals may have done another instrumental track some good (easier said than done, though).

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Maribou State · Scarlett Groove

Giving Winter that "crisp Spring morning" feel

Last year if you had asked me which country was home to the most quality and innovative producers, without hesitation I would have said France.  In the past few months, however, it’s clear that either my alliances have shifted or the UK is on FIRE with their creative and talented producers.

Maribou State is the latest UK production duo I’ve stumbled upon and whenever I try to listen to something else, they find their way back into my playlist.  Genre-wise, they go by “ambient” or “future garage”, but genre has become such a fluid idea with electronic music that they really can’t be classified. Every instrument and sound in this song is isolated in such a way, that each time you listen you hear something new.  The vocalist, Saint Savior, gives the song a driving purpose and and the light percussive beats give the song a light and airy feel.  It’s a pretty easy song to fall in love with, so don’t fight it, just let it happen.

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Disclosure, Fresh Faces on the UK Garage Scene

Two sexy new tracks by some smooth youngesters

It’s 2013 and I know you’re all just dying to move on to the next big electro-genre.  UK Garage is nothing new on the scene, but the last months of 2012 were pretty explosive for the genre—classified by that funky 4/4 kick-drum rhythm and shuffling hi-hats—as. Disclosure, two teenage producers from Surrey (UK), have made their way onto major radio playlists, namely BBC Radio 1.

The two have been producing for quite a few years, but their big break out on the scene was late in 2012 with their smooth Garage hit ‘Latch.’  Disclosure wastes no time building a percussive intro, and dives right into a song driven strongly by the rhythm as well as its explosive and gorgeous vocals.  I’m a sucker for some strong male vocals, and what I particularly love about the UK Garage genre is how heavily its vocals always pull from R&B influences. UK Garage has a tendency to be driven more by the percussive beat than the melody, but Disclosure’s ability to create a track that pushes those boundaries through more complex melodies really shows their potential to make their own distinctive mark on the genre […]

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A-Trak & Tommy Trash · Tuna Melt

Damn did they do this melody right (rest of it needs work though)

Lovin the melody on ‘Tuna Melt,’ but while that’s on break the song seems to get a bit repetitive. It’s just one of those things ya gotta get (or fast-forward) through, but once you do it’s one funky-ride melody. Hopefully, A-Trak & Tommy Trash decide to radio edit this, I think that’ll do the trick.

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Milwaukee · Alone

with a remix by Amtrac

When I first caught Milwaukkee on Amtrac’s remix, I thought they were some act associate with Bon Iver & that Midwest folk scene. Not only are they not from around there (or even this country), but they’re on a blog’s label I frequent, LessThan3.

Both Amtrac’s remix & the original ‘Alone’ take what sounds like Ellie Goulding’s voice and mixes her in two separate ways. The original went for a more uptempo, disco vibe, where Amtrac went with some hybrid of hypnotic soul. Either way you like it, both succeed separately (though Amtrac is still slightly ahead).

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2012’s Best Electro (Remixes)

These may just be our sexiest yet

The EDM scene seems to have missed our radar this year, but we did manage to bundle up a bunch of electro remixes anyway. And there are a few gems in there that you’ll definitely need to listen to – contrary to my lack of effort in electronic, it will be a big part in the future of music.

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APDW · The Love Inside of You (Eat More Cake Rmx)

featuring the ever so soulful, Candi Staton, on vocals

I was first introduced to Eat More Cake with their remix of The Other Tribe’s ‘Skirts’ and now they’re up to nogood on APDW’s ‘The Love Inside of You.’ The song features Candi Staton who’s got one hell of a voice and is further proven with EMC’s eerily funkster beat. Make sure to take a close listen in, there’s a few electro treats in there.

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Ellie Goulding · Hanging On (Mr. Wonk Remix)

A dubstep remix just the way I like it, with melody

The Dubstep Queen gets another healthy dose of dub smeared all over one of her latest, ‘Hanging On.’ Thankfully, Wonk went with the more melodic side of this bass driven style, because I’m getting sick as shit of the mindless mess dubstep’s drops are going through right now. Still not feelin Tinie Tempah’s feature towards the end, but Wonk put enough bass in to keep me occupied.

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