It's another Monday full of rad music .... and today's premiere is the perfect way to start things off on the right foot! Kwon is one of our favorite rising stars, and he just handed us a delicious remix of "Tonight ft. Chelsea Cutler" by Manila Killa & Kidswaste. This LA producer has created chill vibes layering light souring synthy melodies with dreamy vocals and future pop beats - I'm totally feeling this one! I see big things in the future for Kwon, keep your eyes and ears on this one!
Artistic, inspired, and seductively allusive, Brazil’s fearless electronic producer Marcioz is back with a brooding remix of Björk’s 2001 single, “Sun in My Mouth.” Rewiring the digital princess is no easy feat, but Marcioz’ inventive aesthetic frames him as the prototype curtain call for flipping Björk. Sensually spooky, Marcioz stays true to the legendary songstress while simultaneously tattooing his algorithmic, electro-production onto her fairytale-esque aura. A vast, microcosmic world of its own is built around calculated instrumentation and true artistry in this flip. Both rustic and futuristic, Marcioz’ signature vision is coming to fruition with ease and innovation- watch this space.
"When I first heard Sun in My Mouth, I immediately thought about adding my style into the piece. I first heard it when I was walking and hearing Vesperatine (which would later become my favorite album). I only heard the beginning of it, because I only wanted to hear it fully once I finished working on my version of the composition. I personally really liked the ending result and thought it was a good way to make a subtle comeback to electronic music composition, but without taking an obvious path towards any genre." - Marcioz
Ever wanted to hear your dream combo of emo and electronic music? Well I have. Chicago-based artist Mielo brings on the nostalgia of the old school screamo and punk music glory days with his brand new remix of “96” by Out Came The Wolves. His brilliant harmonies intertwine almost effortlessly with OCTW’s chords, creating an amalgamation that is nothing short of addicting. With this year’s Warped Tour right around the corner, we couldn't have asked for this track to come at a better time.
Born and raised in Jersey, I have to admit- there’s nothing I love more than a good ol’, quality Jersey Club record. That said, it was only natural that when I was passed along the legendary DJ Sliink’s latest release, I couldn’t resist sharing its Jersey club greatness with all of you.
Those who are dedicated Fetty Wap fans (like myself) are most likely familiar with his 2017 jaunty single “Text Ur Number,” which had previously credited The Breakfast Club's DJ Envy and Sliink with its initial release. But interestingly enough, the rendition I'm posting here is not a "remix" fundamentally. Rather, this is what was supposed to be the original production of ”Text Ur Number.” But of course, radio couldn’t handle the quick-tempo vocal chops and bouncy, blood-pumping beat behind the latter and put out something that was more “radio-friendly” instead. All I have to say is, I am much more than thankful this OG version was revealed.
Disclosure: DJ Sliink is promoted by Beautiful Buzzz writer, Alli Lindsey
Making massive waves in the electronic music industry, LA’s own Madnap returns with a remix of Kill Paris’ “Red Lights” featuring Dotter. A creator with a deep sense of wanderlust, Madnap has performed in cities by the likes of NYC, Chicago, and even London, England. As his global influence continues to unfold, his dexterity follows the same pattern. Fluid and versatile, this particular flip is an echoing chamber of textured production, consciously rewiring KP’s original mix. Radiating walls of synth drip with swagger, puncturing the OG mix with a revitalizing energy. Robust and memorable, this “Red Lights” remix is one of his finest flips to date. Kick off your week by exploring this righteously maddening labyrinth of sounds.
Friday is finally here and I am so ready to chill! It's pouring rain in San Francisco and I'm soaked to the bone - but at east I have my headphones and this jam to make things feel all right! Our boy Alexander Lewis just dropped this sultry remix of "Don't Call Me ft. Yuna" by TOKiMONSTA .... HUGE! This one is soaked in drippy sticky R&B groove with that AL brass vibe that is hella delicious .... it's perfect for that sexy time! You know what to do ... swoop this HERE!
Happy Monday y'all! Thought I would kick this week off with a fresh new remix from our boy Prince Fox! He's put his perfectly posh dance pop sound to "Beg" by Jack and Jack with bouncy future bass beats and soulful juicy rhythms .... you can't help to groove! Prince Fox will be playing our next SF show on April 28 with a huge line up including Ship Wrek, Yahtzel (Foreign Family artists on tour with ODESZA) and the debut of top industry dog Lil Hank! Tickets are available now, so swoop them up and let's party!
My ideal man has glowing, brooding eyes. He lets me hold him when I'm sad. My ideal man has a cute snaggle tooth that humbly accentuates his imperfections. He knows what it's like to be blue, so he's always empathetic. My ideal man is a musician- he is a small squishy blob called Snugs. His latest release is a charismatic flip of Lost Kings' "Don't Call." Combining elements of multiple genres, this remix has moments of contemporary future-bass, idyllic vocals, and vague aromas of tropical house. While preserving the integrity of the original track, Snugs simultaneously makes "Don't Call" his own. Its complexity is outstanding yet strays from the hectic while he blends polar tones ultimately executing the sum of its parts. This flip is sexy, alluring, and witty- an audible parallel to the life of the party. What's even more attractive than that present snaggle tooth- Snugs utilizes live instruments into his digital dexterity. With Ideal looks and an ideal sound, this dream boat is righteously disrupting the entire electronic music industry- volume up.
In 2018, the world of music and art is in a state of a never-before-seen flux. Overalls are back, and Champion is officially "hypebeast;" with only 2 years until the roaring 20s, contemporary aesthetics are as distinguished as they've ever been. But groovy looks, and fresh new music reap dogmatic, and know-it-all-attitudes. One of EDMs most recognized names, despite their monumental success and fan-base, The Chainsmokers, are frequently criticized for lack of originality and dexterity. While the duo quite literally sets trends for the millennial generation, they can't seem escape the skeptical hive mind which surrounds their music.
Fortunately, New York-based producer, Fareoh just flipped The Chainsmokers' "You Owe Me" into a more dynamic, distinguished piece. With a whopping 31 million plays on YouTube, "You Owe Me" is actually one of the lesser known tracks from the smokers, which ultimately allows Fareoh's signature cadences to revitalize a seemingly "mainstream" track. This flip accelerates the tempo of the original, creating a space of adrenaline and bliss. Radiating bouts of synth expand across the foundation of the single, creating a spacious ebb and flow. Here, a song originally made for radio plays and arena tours effortlessly became an individualistic creation, with an underground EDM aroma. Both emotional and dance-floor-ready, Fareoh is solidifying himself as one of the years' most proficient producers/mixers.