Sunday, April 17, 2016

You Were Right

So far Louis Futon has impressed me with his ability to transform hip hop tracks into electronic masterpieces. However, this time he returns with a remix for RÜFÜS DU SOL and it's absolutely amazing. While it's not a hip hop track, Louis has applied his characteristic sound profile and the result really speaks for it self. The vibe is buttery smooth, making this ideal for a chillout/easy listening session. Unfortunately there is no mention of a release date or download option, but check it out below:

If you're in the U.S. catch Louis Futon here:
April 29 - ­ The Miramar ­ Milwaukee, WI
April 30 ­- Rough Trade ­ Brooklyn NY
May 7 ­- EyeHeartSF Block Party ­ San Francisco
May 12 - ­Crocodile ­ Seattle, WA
May 13 ­- WOW Hall ­ Eugene, OR

Follow Louis Futon on social media: FACEBOOK // TWITTER
Follow RÜFÜS DU SOL on social media: FACEBOOK // TWITTER

Up next is a track by Manila Killa called "All That's Left" here in the Myles Travitz remix. I like how Myles has kept the vibe of the original track, but added a cool and catchy sounding drop, which gives the track a little extra pep. It's a positive sounding track and it's definitely turned into an earworm for me. You can stream or get Myles Travitz's remix via the link below (multiple options). Enjoy :)

Stream/Download "All That's Left" (Myles Travitz Remix) HERE
Follow Myles Travitz on social media: FACEBOOK // TWITTER

Finally, here's a proper clubby track to end this week. Canadian duo Loud Luxury have had the chance to remix Dzeko & Torres' track home and turned it into a bass filled fire hazard. According to Loud Luxury, who have been playing shows together with Dzeko & Torres, this remix is meant to be an apology to the few times they messed up playing the decks. I'd say this remix is the most awesome apology I've ever heard. You can even grab a free download of this remix via the link below. What are yo waiting for?

Download HERE
Follow Loud Luxury via social media: FACEBOOK // TWITTER

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