[single serving] Autograf remixes Lorde

Autograf jumps into the tropical house vibe with their remix of Lorde’s Team. While it doesn’t quite capture that genre defying creativity of the Stevie Wonder Superstition remix, the production remains top notch.

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End of the week playlist – DJ feud edition

Tchami Oliver Heldens Twitter Feud

The one thing you’ll learn in looking more into this tweet is that no one can agree on genre names.

  1. Oliver $ & Jimi Jules – Pushing On (Tchami Remix)
  2. Thomas Newson ft. Angelika Vee – Don’t Hold Us (Bixel Boys Remix)
  3. Oliver Heldens – Gecko (Original Mix)
  4. Anna Lunoe – Breathe (Sleepy Tom Remix)
  5. Golden Features – Tell Me Ft. Nicole Millar (Bixel Boys Remix)
  6. Oliver Heldens – Koala (Original Mix)
  7. Dr Kucho! & Gregor Salto – Can’t Stop Playing (Oliver Heldens & Gregor Salto Remix)

 

This end of the week playlist is well-rounded

Golden Features - Tell Me Ft. Nicole Millar (Bixel Boys Remix)

A smattering of upbeat-yet-not-quite-bangers today. Particularly excited about the latest remix from Bixel Boys, who continuously put out dance-floor friendly tracks without necessarily adhering to a specific genre or trend, something that’s pretty refreshing in the Soundcloud universe. Also want to call out The Rooftop Boys proving themselves once again with a remix of David Guetta (their only other sound was the out-of-nowhere take on Kanye West’s Bound 2, which you can hear a little further down the playlist).

  1. BIXEL BOYS: Golden Features – Tell Me Ft. Nicole Millar (Bixel Boys Remix)
  2. Oliver Heldens: Can’t Stop Playing (Oliver Heldens & Gregor Salto Remix) [Preview]
  3. David Guetta & Showtek – Bad (The Rooftop Boys Remix)
  4. Long & Harris – Perception [EDM.com Exclusive]
  5. Bondax: All I See (TCTS Remix)[Annie Mac, BBC Radio 1 rip]
  6. Chilly Gonzales – You Can Dance

End of the week playlist: gonna give it to ya straight

confetti

No theme, no frills, no dissatisfaction here. This here is just made for your Friday night.

Starting off with the latest high-energy disco house song from Solidisco (which infectiously makes use of that instantly recognizable yet unidentifiable “woop woop” sample), followed by some top-notch Belarbi remixes and a hard-hitting but overwhelmingly positive remix of Bound 2, this selection will not do you wrong. Might even make you feel like that picture right up there.

End of the week playlist: daytime edition

daytime weekend playlist house indie haim banks

While the average end of the week playlist here focuses on sounds you would seek out from the hours of 9pm to 3am, this one should be able to carry you through everything in between. It’s a smattering of things with the common theme of an absurdly catchy chorus: a breezy Kygo remix with one of the best vocal-chopping hooks you’ll hear,  a funky pop tune seemingly from another era brought to you by UK lady group JUCE, a couple of heartbreakers from the HAIM-esque Shura, finished off with Banks’ newest jam. This is tested-and-true park-lounging music.

Bonus tropical chill remix of Swedish House Mafia’s ONE. What!

“If Jesus was two guys, he’d be Bixel Boys ”

Bixel Boys

A quote from the eloquent Yolanda Be Cool, describing the breaks-infused b-side Clutch from their upcoming EP. Why think of a title for a post when there’s a line that beautiful sitting smack in the middle of the page?

After The Bixel Boys track there’s an aggressive disco remix from Yuksek, then smattering of indie dance/deep house newness from Lane 8 and Le Youth. Round it out with Zhu’s remix of Lana Del Rey, which delivers an immaculately stripped down remix with some well-timed, in your face horn stabs.

  1. BIXEL BOYS – Clutch (Original Mix)
  2. MONTMARTRE – Inside of me – YUKSEK remix
  3. Eric Prydz – Liberate (Lane 8 Remix)
  4. Le Youth – Feel Your Love (ft. Javeon)
  5. ZHU x LANA DEL REY – West Coast.
  6. AMTRAC – ALL NIGHT (ORIGINAL MIX)

The Dealer’s got your weekend supply

Extremely danceable, steel drums and saxophone present, a Lana Del Rey remix and less than 10,000 plays on each tune means you’re going into the weekend armed with something fresh. The newest additions to the weekend playlist are from The Dealer, which you can listen to below And if you’re looking for somewhere to get moving to more sounds like this, check out the event beneath the playlist for Main Squeeze at Holocene Saturday May 31.

Main Squeeze Holocene May 31 Portland Events Dance House DJ Show