Dash Groove – Supermassive (Original Mix)

Moody G-House number from Cuff new-boys Dash Groove. Muse’s ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ provides the track with a unique but familiar vocal hook, this contrasting wonderfully with the dark brooding bassline Cuff tracks are renowned for. This imprint is going from strength to strength, hosting parties over the world, it being a welcome relief from the … Continue reading

Empire Of The Sun – We Are The People (Ardency Remix)

‘We Are the People’ is a real favourite of mine, and when I saw a remix pop up after all these years, I was pretty excited. Famed for their gritty, but so-obviously disco infused sound (they tag most of their stuff with #Neon80s), I couldn’t wait to hear their take on it. Surprised is probably … Continue reading

One T & Cool T – The Magic Key (LeMarquis & FAB Remix)

Anyone know this one? As per usual, LeMarquis and FAB take a step back in time, this time round giving their take on ‘The Magic Key’ by French animated band One T & Cool T. Turns out the original was big in central Europe over ten years ago in 2003. Either way, the remix brings … Continue reading

Michael Calfan – Treasured Soul (MYNGA Remix)

‘Treasured Soul’ has been one of the breakout songs of the last six months. I like how it’s quite, simplistic, yet layered, and with a distinctive sound that still has an effortless pop aspect to it. We last came across MYNGA with their remix of Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin’, and their talent shines through here. … Continue reading

Hozier – Take Me To Church (Frost Remix)

Though now 18 months old, Hozier’s debut ‘Take Me To Church’ still features pretty much every day on UK radio.It’s a good track, and I haven’t really heard any notable remixes (though this cover by Ellie Goulding was very good!) So anyone know who Frost are? The remix is the only track on their soundcloud… … Continue reading

Drake – Now & Forever (Alex Young Edit)

Alex Young drops Drake’s ‘Now & Forever’ in this hugely chilled out remix. Hadn’t heard the original before this, and Alex Young’s version retains the silky underground tones but adds a rough-around-the-edges feel. I can’t get enough of it. Check it out.