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Ace of Base · All That She Wants (Glitch-Bass Remix)

ProJect Aspect gets all sorts of electro weird on these two

ProJect Aspect has reminded us once again how important this glitch bass, lazer heavy beat is for the future of electronic. Electro music is known for its experimentation – now most well known in dubstep – but it’s still far from the cusp of its progression. Glitch bass may never reach the mainstream like its not too distant dubstep relative, but it’s a clear progression in [electro] sound, whether you can handle it or not.

My favorite of Aspect’s may just be another remix, if you’re one who looks down on those kinds of things, but I love it for bringing back Ace of Base’s oh-so classic ‘All That She Wants’ in a whole new flava.

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Traveler · Belafonte

Disco made me do it.

Shit, this is disco. I got this post wrapped up all nice & pretty because I wanted to spread out my nu-disco posts. And even though this may not fit the usual disco fold, it sure’s got that flavor. Traveler’s ‘Belafonte’ is a chilled down disco trip with samples that make the track (always do).

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ill.Gates · I’m EEL

"Say my motherfuckin' name..."

Anyone who starts out with an intro likes this better bring in one heavy beat after it. Thankfully, “EEL” Gates mashes up a collection of sound bites to compliment the burley intro just right. From Eminem’s ‘My Name is” to Lil’ Wayne to Destiny’s Child, the theme is clearly how ill ill.Gates really is, both in name & in sound.

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Funk Hunters & SkiiTour · Candyman

Dubstep & Halloween must've relocated from the same hometown

Brink’s ‘This is Halloween‘ & his Beetlejuice remix were my first good glimpse into dubstep’s favorite holiday, but I haven’t heard much more that combine the two so well. But finally just in time for Halloween I found Funk Hunters & SkiiTour’s ‘Candyman’ remix. Not only does it chill to the core, but the dubstep is solid brass to boot.

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AlunaGeorge · Your Drums, Your Love

The next "auto tune" is here and I'm lovin' it!

This electro distortion of vocals displayed in ‘Your Drums, Your Love’ is sure to be the next auto tune craze, but I’m lovin the hell out of it for now. And the nice thing with this compared to other distortionists is that Reid (producer) doesn’t mess with Aluna’s fiine vocals, but leaves the chopping & skewing for the chorus. As for Aluna, I’m still on the fence with a few British accents, but I warmed up to her’s quicker than most.

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Chris Malinchak · So Good To Me

I was in love from the very first listen.

I hardly ever fall in love from the first go, but Malinchak’s ‘So Good To Me’ hit right from the start. It’s one of those tracks you know will stick by you for the rest of your life (yea, it’s that good).

‘So Good to Me’ starts off slow, but keeps you intrigued until the heart of it all. Once the vocals kick in, however, it’s full flavored bliss. Although it’s hard for me to describe exactly what makes this so special, it’s quite clear to see once you listen in.

Make sure to check out the rest of his music as well and let me know what you think. I won’t listen to anything else of his until I’m sure sick of this (it’s gonna be awhile), it’s just something I do.

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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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