remixed and revisited

Dark Souls 3 - Epilogue & Slave Knight Gael Remix “Journey’s End”

This is my final Dark Souls remix. I didn’t think it would affect me as much as it has. Coming up with the idea for this remix was one thing but to actually do it and think about my time with the series has left me both sad and yet hopeful. Remixing something new and revisiting/updating some remixes from the past felt very right, and something of a thank you to everyone who enjoyed those when they were released. I feel like I’ve done everything I can with this series, this release marks my 25th release between the Souls games and Bloodborne. Now that Dark Souls is over I think it is also time for me to stop with it. Don’t get me wrong, whatever Fromsoft does in the future I’m pretty sure that I will want to remix the music from those games. Will there be a Dark Souls 4 one day? If there is, I shall return to it. And of course I’ll keep releasing remixes and new content, so don’t worry about that! Thank you all and enjoy the remix!

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Relationship Status:  interested in several people at the same time, lol

Favorite Color: warm pastel tones

Lipstick or Chapstick:  Lipstick

Last Song Listened to:  Tainted Love by Soft Cell (remix)

Last Movie Watched:  Brideshead Revisited (1981) and I just absolutely love Anthony Andrews

Top Three Shows: Game of Thrones, The Killing, True Detective (1st season)

Top Three Characters:  Scarlett O'Hara, Henry Jekyll, Harry Potter

Last Book Read: Brideshead Revisited (currently reading)

One Hobby: foreign languages

Favorite Time of Day: late night

Coffee shop/café order: Cappuccino

Favorite Childhood Movie: The Addams Family, 1991 (one of faves)

A Question I’d like to add:  Favorite perfume?

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Migos - “Slide On Em” f. Blac Youngsta (Video)

Fresh off their “Cocoon (Remix)” with Young Thug, Migos revisit their 3 Way EP with a new video. After sharing a clip for the “3 Way (Intro),” the ATL trio retool and drop one for the Dun Deal-produed “Slide On Em” with Blac Youngsta. Check out the Keemotion-directed clip below.

[…] Thinking of contemporary artists and styles — and, most importantly, the concerns and themes that have animated rap and hip-hop since the 1990s — while he was writing Hamilton helped Miranda draw a line from the spirit of the American Revolution all the way to the 21st century. Miranda told Entertainment Weekly in 2015 that he’d modeled George Washington on Common and John Legend — both of whom recorded tracks for the Mixtape originally performed by Hamilton’s Washington, Christopher Jackson — and Hercules Mulligan on Busta Rhymes, who guests with Joell Ortiz and Nate Ruess on the Roots’ version of My Shot. Hamilton was a way to give a new voice to characters based on the legends Americans grow up knowing about — Washington, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette — as well as others we remember more dimly (if at all), like Mulligan and the Schuyler sisters.

But while the musical stylings in the show are contemporary, the costumes and settings are of the period. It’s the story of modern America, but in colonial garb. You can finish listening or leave the theater aware that the show is about us (at the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik called it “the musical of the Obama era”), but not have as clear a picture of how its themes connect to matters in the 21st century: immigration, racism, poverty, liberty.

That connection surfaces more clearly in the Mixtape, which samples, rewrites, and gets playful with Hamilton — it’s a mixtape, after all. Miranda and company have always embraced the way creativity and art travels both in hip-hop culture and in the internet age. (Miranda’s social media following is immense and devoted, and their Ham4Ham videos were as responsible as anything for keeping Hamilton fever up around the country even when nobody could get tickets.) The Mixtape concept is in keeping with this ethos: That one song is just the start of an endless stream of creative reinterpretation that can result in new art, which becomes the basis for even newer art.


Perhaps the most curious — and telling — feature of the Mixtape is that “Dear Theodosia,” the song that Burr and Hamilton sing to their infant children, is recorded twice. Regina Spektor and Ben Folds cover it once as a sweet lullaby near the record’s midpoint. Then Chance the Rapper and Francis and the Lights’ version of the same song closes the album.

The original “Dear Theodosia,” sung by two doting fathers looking toward the future, ends with them singing, “If we lay a strong enough foundation / We’ll pass it on to you, we’ll give the world to you / And you’ll blow us all away / Some day, some day.” In his version, Chance the Rapper (whose voice throughout is heavy with emotion, ready to crack) sings it a little differently: “We’ll make the world safe and sound for you / Some day / You will own your strong enough foundation / One day / Some day.”

That this song, tweaked as it is, repeats what came in the middle, underlines the album’s whole trajectory. The Hamilton Mixtape is about 2016, and it dropped at an extraordinarily tough time in America, at the end of an excruciating year in which many found their assumptions about their country susceptible to total upending. Suddenly it seems the “strong foundation” Burr and Hamilton sang about isn’t all that solid.


So the Mixtape’s plea is to not get stuck looking only backward to the past. The founders, it says, did their very best. They wrote the Constitution and put together a government and a set of ideals that were, as best they could tell, a shot at freedom. But the vitality of their experiment is nothing if it doesn’t get remixed and revisited, keeping the source fresh by building on it. The cement of that foundation isn’t dry yet. The tale isn’t fully told. And history has its eyes on us.

Madonna - Remixed & Revisited

Released:  November 24, 2003

Label:  Maverick

  1. Nothing Fails (Nevins Mix)
  2. Love Profusions (Headcleanr Rock Mix)
  3. Nobody Knows Me (Mount Sims Old School Mix)
  4. American Life (Headcleanr Rock Mix)
  5. Like A Virgin / Hollywood Medley (2003 MTV VMA Performance featuring Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Missy Elliott)
  6. Into The Hollywood Groove (The Passengerz Mix) (featuring Missy Elliott)
  7. Your Honesty (previously unreleased)
Nosferatu -- The Feature Film Remix

A feature-film “remix” of the original horror classic NOSFERATU starring Doug Jones as the infamous Count Orlok!

I don’t know how many of you know about this but they are trying to do a remake or “remix” of the classic vampire film, “Nosferatu”, with Doug Jones starring in his dream role of Count Orlok. They have 11 days left to gather the $60,000 to make the film and are currently at $31,829. Personally, I would love to see this happen- to bring back the classic with a twist. If you are interested, give up $1, $5, $50, $10,000- whatever you can or feel you should give. It looks like they have plenty of goodies to hand out if you help.  And come on, who doesn’t want to see more Doug Jones (aka Abe Sapien, Billy Butcherson, Silver Surfer, Pale Man, etc.)?

Here’s a look at the aforementioned 12" 4 mix promo for “Nobody Knows Me” released in the fall of 2003 in the U.S. only.  But the remixes were eventually made available commercially worldwide on a number of releases as b-sides to the tracks “Nothing Fails” and “Love Profusion”, and the fourth mix could be found on the Remixed and Revisited EP released in November.

For collectors, there was also an in-house/advance CD-R disc produced with a front insert only with the same tracks.

  • Octo: oh no
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