Psychedelic and dazzling, LA-based “chef of sounds” Allen French returns with a remix of Eric Sharp’s “Take This Time.” Inspired by the sounds of culture, Allen French is making consistent gains in his early yet pioneering career. Synonymous with elegance, this radiant remix is saturated with allure. Stitched together with an organic sound, the polished tune is an ensemble of interconnecting sounds and rhythms. Walking a fine line between risky and fantastic, Allen French dives head first into the fantastic, setting the spaces betwixt each on fire. A myriad of simple yet resounding sounds collide to create an ideal remix of “Take This Time.” Check out this psych-house masterpiece along with the full “Eric Sharp & Friends” EP.
Orchestrating deep house rhythms and oceanic grooves, charismatic electronic producer/DJ Eric Sharp returns with “Too Much,” giving French Horn Rebellion’s original track a delectable club-esque treatment. A defining facet of the collaborative EP, “Eric Sharp and Friends,” this “Too Much” remix is robust and charming. Staggering build ups drop into a lyrically syrupy, slow, and sexy chorus breathing a new life into disco. The four on the floor cadence is both sensual and intoxicating, inducing lingering shuffle like symptoms. Defined by alluring lyricism, oscillating piano frequencies, and a near-glamourous resonance, this outline of party vibes is nothing short of remarkable. Put your dancing shoes on and get weird with Eric Sharp.
It seems that all things Anjunadeep are taking over, well, everything. This fantastic little label is not only churning out major dance tracks, but it’s creating a whole movement of deep house feel good vibes that the world is embracing. Yung German producer and Anjunadeep rising star Ben Böhmer just dropped this dreamy remix of “Hold On” by labelmate Lane 8, and I’m swooning! With smooth ethereal melodies and light bouncy deep house beats, this track will take you on a magical journey on the dance floor. Lane 8 will be dropping his Little Bu Little remix album on OCT 04, so this is just a taste of what’s to come!
Happy Friday y’all! Your girl has been slammed at work; the club has been raging all fall and it’s demanding all of my attention. I have put aside a few minutes today however to post some new jams, and this on is all the feels! These boys are no strangers to our pages, we’ve be hangin with Louis Futon and Medasin for a minute - and here they are coming together on this tasty flip of “Wake Up” by Travis Scott. So much juice … with funky R&B vibes and funky rhythms it … I’m swooning! Add this one to your weekend playlist kids!
Disclosure: Louis Futon and Medasin is promoted by Beautiful Buzzz Staff Member Alli Lindsey & Hunter Thompson.
Only in 2018 can a mannequin have 20K Twitter followers and remix a future pop song into a dance floor rave-ready beat. Yes this is a blog post about a FRND remix done by a mannequin (“Charlotte” from the world of creepy YouTube phenomenon Poppy). Only in the age of Gen Z is it acceptable for computer-generated voice to be incorporated into music. I’m not talking about Styx singing about Mr. Roboto or Soulwax using a MicroKORG, Charlotte is all computer. Or is Poppy speaking for her through a computer? The mystery of the internet, my friends. All things considered, this remix does what most great remixes generally do: twists the original track on its head in a unique and refreshing way that makes you want to dance. Nice job, Charlotte. Not half bad for a mannequin.
The Moon Boots First Landing remixes dropped today via Anjunadeep, and honestly they're all so delicious I could post the lot! However, this version of "Red Sky" remixed by Fort Romeau is just too cha cha for words! This young British producer is no stranger to our pages - we've been swooning over him for years, and we love love love the deep dark dance vibes coming from his elegant remix. You can swoop this one HERE!
You’d never guess that NYC-based producer Jared Rapoza, better known as CRVE U, was a recent high school graduate starting college classes this fall. Weighing in at 17 years old, the youthful artist tends to a craft that is far from novice. His latest single is a remix of the animated Robert Delong’s “Favorite Color Is Blue” featuring K.Flay. CRVE U gives the electro-pop single an industrial treatment, brushing it with mechanized shades of chrome. Elements of grit blend like a yin and yang with graceful undertones. While maintaining a deep sense of respect for the original framework, this flip takes “Favorite Color Is Blue” to a new dimension. Tune in.
We love a good remix over here at Beautiful Buzzz. Other music blogs can sometimes be picky about their selections and refuse to post remixes, but we just love it when a producer reimagines a classic track and infuses some new flavor. It’s especially great when they’re able to preserve the essence of what made the original awesome while simultaneously introducing a whole new aesthetic. This latest reimagining comes from two artists who are no stranger to BB: indie soul crooner Tim Atlas and electronic producer Christofi. Both pals from California, Atlas decided to enlist Christofi to deliver his own dance-oriented take on “Compromised” — Atlas’ most popular original to date which has racked up over 13M streams on Spotify. The remix adds lush chords, toe-tapping percussion, and a bright synth lead that readies this track for any dance floor or festival stage. You’ll definitely want to add this one to your party playlists and blast it at your next pregame (or 3am afterparty to annoy the hell out of your roommates if you live in a house like mine).
You know that one song you have that makes you feel like you’re the coolest person in the world; when you’re walking down the street, absolutely owning it, and you feel completely invincible? Well, newcomer In Bloom’s latest release fits exactly that bill. The producer challenges Twenty One Pilot’s original “Jumpsuit,” as he puts an incredibly sexy, dark glitch-filled spin on it, and boy does he succeed. To give you some more perspective, imagine if Daft Punk, Justice and the Glitch Mob all had a child- this is exactly what they’d get. In other words, In Bloom’s rendition goes H A R D, and it wouldn’t be surprising in the slightest if this track ended up in every forthcoming festival set. That said, I suggest you crank your speakers up before hitting play on this one.