Haywyre – Do You Don’t You

Electronic, deep house but with an experimental element that pushes the boundaries of the genre, ‘Do You Don’t You’ has one of the strongest basslines I’ve heard recently and yet uses that aspect as only one small piece of a bigger piece. Once the chorus drops we’re left with a much more disco infused record … Continue reading

Madilyn Bailey – Don’t You Worry Child (Levi Remix)

It’s crazy to think that Swedish House Mafia’s final single is now almost three years old. The original seems to have managed to stand the test of time, so far, without sounding overly dated. Madilyn Bailey is a youtube cover artist, covering all realms of pop. Levi, on the other hand, we don’t know too … Continue reading

Lianne La Havas – What You Don’t Do (Tom Misch Remix)

Once again this one popped up and I heard the remix before hearing the original. Lianne La Havas is very much the underlying starlet. Always there, but never quite hitting the big time despite real vocal talent and huge critical acclaim. And it’s well deserved; ‘What You Don’t Do’ is a great record, with poppy … Continue reading

MASHUP MONDAYS: The Hood Internet – I Don’t Fuck With Classics

So we’ve said before that adding mashing up rap music isn’t too hard, but that only means that when it’s done well, and by this we mean properly well, it’s amazing. The Hood Internet, with a real pedigree for their mashups, have yet again created a masterpiece, adding Big Sean’s ‘I Don’t Fuck With You’ … Continue reading

Journey – Don’t Stop Believin’ (MYNGA Remix)

So it’s been around the block more than a few times, but MYNGA’s re-interpretation of Journey’s classic rock record really does breath new life into the track. Tropcal, groovy, dance vibes galore, the remix still has that epic feel which made ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ such a hit in the first place! German duo MYNGA have … Continue reading

Ed Sheeran – Don’t (Don Diablo Remix)

Another Ed Sheeran remix for you all, this time from the wonderful Don Diablo. ‘Don’t’ portrays a clever combination of Ed Sheeran’s vocals with Don Diablo’s signature style – think deep house meets big room. The bass thumps, the hook is punchy and suitably dancy, whilst the well known vocal track is utilised perfectly. A … Continue reading