Dusky electronic pop sibling duo XYLØ seems to be lending themselves well to the remix scene, particularly when it comes to their recent single I Still Wait For You. German electronic duo Mushroom People, aside from expressing their love for fungi in their name, also showcase their production skills on a snazzy funk and disco re-work of said tune. It’s like a POWERS meets The Knocks rendition of XYLØ that we find ourselves shimmying away to today, thanks to Mushroom People’s frisky take on I Still Wait For You.
(tefonik) The old man and the young one return, going all over the place with this one. Made with janky equipment, dubious formats, fig bars, and some wine. :-) Tracklist 1.Noel Coward - World Weary (Bioshock OST) 2. STRFKR - When I’m With YouJay Bliss - Sundae 3. Bonga Mona Ki Ngi Xica (Synapson remix) 4. Goodie Mob ft. 8 Ball & MJG - Soul Food (remix) 5. La Funk Mob - Motor Bass Gets Phunked Up (Electrofunk remix) 6. Nu & Jo Ke - Who Loves the Sun vs. Johnny Cash - Hurt (Federweiss & LennArt remix) 7. Iz & Did - Mouth (Brad Peep’s remix for friends) 8. Yaeji - Guap 9. Bakermat - One Day (vandaag) 10. Last Island - Projectile 11. Diskfunktion - Wokkasaki (Rocking J remix) 12. Will Smith - Fresh Prince of Bel Air (Le Boeuf remix) 14. Groove Armada - Warsaw (James Curt remix) 15. Fkj & Masego - Tadow ft. Interview snippet with Logic - I Don’t Fuck With Nobody 16. Enei & Kasra - Lessons (ft. DRS) 17. Skeptical - Killa 18. Sarantis - Bash version 19. Kool Keith - Super Hero ft. MF Doom (L’Orange remix) 20. Lorenzo Senni - Win In The Flat World 21. Jose Padilla ft. Kirsty Keatch - Dragonflies 22. DJ Denis Rublev & DJ Anton - Hot Days 23. Raiders Of The Lost Arp - Equinox 24. Him Self Her - Gone Too Long (Original mix) 25. Outro/Logic Interview - I Don’t Fuck With Nobody, I Don’t Go Outside
Y'all ready to go hard and bass heavy? Los Angeles duo Oliver dropped a hot one this week in the form of spacey fresh Light Years Away, which is the title track off their new EP, just released on A-Trak’s label, Fool’s Gold Records. There’s a wonderfully menacing characteristic to Light Years Away with its funky, tech flavored production. It’s like Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, and Royksopp had all their molecules mixed together into one massive electronic superpower. Wicked.