Electronic music has inevitably found its way into Bob Marley and the Wailers’ classic 1984 album Legend in a new 16 track release, Legend: Remixed. Producers like Pretty Lights, Photek, Thievery Corporation and Beats Antique have teamed up with Stephen and Ziggy Marley (and executive producer Jason Bentley) to re-imagine a 2013 version of one of the last century’s most recognizable pieces of music.
Amtrac continues to dominate the Summer remix circuit with yet another release, this time taking on Two Door Cinema Club and their Beacon single, “Handshake.” It’s really amazing how the Louisville slugger molds his very definitive sound around different styles of music and still somehow yields ridiculously fun and appealing tracks every time. Stream his “Handshake” remix below and find the release from Kitsune on iTunes alongside mixes from Baadman and Ghost Loft.
While we’re on the subject of Ellie Goulding’s “Tessellate,” here’s a reverberatory dancefloor-ready remix of the Alt-J cover from London producer Clancy. While some of the original’s seductive nature is forgone, you won’t hear me complaining about the retro house groove that replaces it.
Ellie Goulding – Tessellate (Clancy Remix)
Summer jam alert! Bixel Boys have remixed Seal’s 1990 top-10 hit “Crazy” into a soulful, deep, garage-house heater. Magical sunset vibes. Instant download.
We’re never gonna survive unless we get a little crazy.
Download: Seal – Crazy (Bixel Boys Remix)
Disclosure‘s latest, “When A Fire Starts To Burn,” seems appropriately named for the duo’s blazing musical presence so far this year. The song wastes no time reeling you in, first with the bold vocals, then with the almost hypnotic bassline. The vocals aren’t as soulful as what we’ve heard on tracks like “You & Me” and “Latch,” but they work incredibly well here. Catch the single below, pre-order the US Version of Settle on iTunes, and try to walk away with it not stuck in your head.
Disclosure – When A Fire Starts To Burn
If you liked the reduxed version of “Atmosphere,” you’re going to love the redux mix of Kaskade’s “Raining” from Raddon’s own Late Night Alumni side project. The Adam K and Sunsun-assisted original is one of the most recognizable tunes in the Kaskade arsenal, so this deep house remix not only made sense for the up close and personal Redux Tour, but is also a welcomed addition to any fan’s current catalog. Download for free below courtesy of #KMMs.