Hi everyonez :) Hope your Sunday morning is going well and isn’t too cold! Its a fucking amazing 75 degrees ++ here and I’ll be heading down to the beach in t-minus 10 minutes to get some much needed December rays.
Before I do so, wanted to post this original track by Ellie called Lights!. I’m sure some of you have already heard it but I’ve been digging it for a while now and it’s definitely worth a listen.
This next one is featuring Ellie Goulding by Neon Hitch playing a cover of What You Know by Two Door Cinema Club called What Starry Eyes Know (because it slightly incorporates Ellie’s Starry Eyed). Bit on the older side of a song for the blogosphere and myself but also worth a listen :) Enjoy!
Got two from Kaskade today! I have never been disappointed with any of Kaskade’s tracks, and wow is this one just simply amazing– every second of the song is beautiful and so catchy! So progressive, and now in an extended mix(thanks to SunSun).
Alright ladies and gentlemen, can’t believe finals are over for me and it’s already time for another flashback. So I chose two songs for this weeks flashback and they really are a HUGE flashback for me, bringing back epic memories of partying with friends and blackouts :). The first one, Tum and I found a few years back called Out & There (Dim Chris Remix) by John Dahlback…
Okay, I’m not going to lie, I used to kind of dig Katy Perry and her song “I Kissed a Girl”, but really haven’t liked anything of hers since then… Fred Falke always nails his remixes, and this one is definitely one of his gems. I’m particularly obsessed with the intro to this track–the build up to her voice get’s me every time (I’ve replayed the intro about 20 times). Oh yeah, the hard hitting bass lines are also quite enjoyable too :). Enjoy!
Morning everyone :). Last night, while I was surfing the blogosphere I came across this Morgan Page remix of Nadia Ali’s Fantasy. It’s pretty progressive but, as with other Morgan Page remixes (Alligator) his beats keep you going for the entire 8 minutes that is the length of the song. Nadia Ali’s smooth vocals are absolutely stunning in this track and as it turns out, Page has been nominated for a Grammy for this very track. Give it the time it needs to pick up, like 1 – 2 minutes OKAY?
I never thought I would come across a song from The Beatles remixed…But I did! And I actually really like it! This one is from a while back, but my good friend, Tona, just recently showed it to me and I couldn’t resist posting this smooth, elegant, yet upbeat masterpiece. This is one you just keep listening to over and over and over again until you get sick of it(which hasn’t happened yet). Allure did a good job on this one, that’s for sure. Cheers.
Got two more for you today :) I like both, and I hope you do too. The first one is a mashup, which I’m usually not a huge fan of in general (or rap mashups for that matter) by Brenton Duvall and Patrick McKelvy (collectively known as the Potomac Boys Club). Regardless I find it pretty catchy because I fucking love Ellie G.. so that answers that.
The second one is a mashup of the same track, this time by The White Panda of Wale and Waka’s track No Hands. It’s mashed with Edward Maya’s Stereo Love, which I know we all love so that makes it might fine. Enjoy :)