Oliver Nelson – Changes ft. River (Supernatet Remix)

As a big Oliver Nelson I couldn’t believe ‘Changes’ somehow passed me by. A very different style to Nelson’s usual output, the original is a bit of a slow-burner with something of a nursery rhyme feel to it – it’s dubbed “deep disco” and we can’t really disagree with that. Supernatet on the other hand, … Continue reading

Blonde – All Cried Out (Oliver Nelson Remix)

So this might be a bit of Oliver Nelson overload (but surely that’s a good thing?), and this definitely isn’t the first ‘All Cried Out’ remix posted, but this deserves a post. Pure funky, soulful, disco infused electronic sounding lounge music. Enjoy your bank holiday weekend!

Oliver Nelson – Found Your Love (Ft. Heir)

A huge congratulations must go to Oliver Nelson, who, after countless amazing remixes, reworks and collaborations, has finally come up with an original track! ‘Found Your Love’ is pretty much exactly what you might expect, a groovy electro-pop styled track with funk influences and top-notch production. This one features vocals from Heir, which is actually … Continue reading

Kerri Watt – You (Oliver Nelson Remix)

A quick Google of Kerri Wayy reveals a young Scottish singer-songwriter beginning to make waves on the scene with a lovelingly crafted pop sound. As per usual, Oliver Nelson reimagines ‘You’ to turn it into a poppy, electronic and down-right groovy dance tune. Beach disco.  

The Wombats – Greek Tragedy (Oliver Nelson Remix)

Oliver Nelson likes to keep himself to himself, but his music tells as much as a story that it really doesn’t matter. Whether its fast-paced electro remixes or jazzy, relaxing piano based efforts like this re-work of ‘Greek Tragedy’, nothing is too much. Just like the lyrics, this one hits like ecstasy.

Marina And The Diamonds – Froot (Oliver Nelson Remix)

Oliver Nelson’s luscious sounds pour like a hot summer drink out of this track. Sorry if that sounds confusing, but if you’re listening now, you’ll see where we’re coming from. Rich synths, a very slick bassline mixed with Marina and The Diamonds’ deep and sultry vocals and we have a winner! Anyone else think this … Continue reading