HERE we are, back again for another week of The Remix Lounge, consisting of the five remixes which have tickled my fancy. Make sure to check out each artist SoundCloud page for plenty more quality tunes and the free downloads.
Backstreet Boys – Everybody (Oski X Apashe X Lennon Bootleg)
Basically everyone in existence has heard ‘Everybody’ by the Backstreet Boys released back in 1997, but now in 2015 producers Oshi, Apashe and Lennon have collaborated to create upbeat trap/house/bass bootleg. With samples from the song chopped and mixed throughout, jumping through genres as each artist adds their own flair, this trifecta of musicians have created a very interesting track to remind us of the golden oldie.
Future – Move That Dope (Woolymammoth & QUIX Remix)
‘Move That Dope’ originally performed with Pharrell Williams and Pusha T has received a faster paced trap remix courtesy of Woolymammoth and QUIX. These two extremely talented producers are currently pushing the experimental side of trap which is evident from this release. The drum patterns, pitch shifted vocals and the heavy ‘wobbing’ bass complement each other resulting in this banger.
Snoop Dogg – Sensual Seduction (Autolaser & PLS&TY Remix)
Snoop Dogg’s ‘Sensual Seduction’ felt like it couldn’t get any more groovy, but this futuristic remix has made it so in its own way. The song still retains the original’s saucy feel but with high-pitched, glittery synths and Snoop’s vocal samples splashed throughout.
The Weeknd – The Hills (Jakoban & Sasha Voinov Remix)
The Weeknd is a very popular remix target due to his soulful vocals, which results a sea of musical gems whenever he releases a new track. This diamond of a remix from Jakoban & Sasha Voinov takes the orignal in its entirety and adds the future bass style which I love so much.
DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge – You Know You Like It (Rusty Hook Flip)
Rusty Hook has made it again into the top 5 from this week after releasing another one of his popular flips. With similar future bass style this remix is light-hearted and upbeat, which works in great addition to Aluna’s passionate voice. It seems Rusty Hook can do no wrong when it comes to remixes and I am awaiting the next in great anticipation.
Unfortunately that is all from this weeks Remix Lounge. Come back next week for some more saucy, futuristic flips, remixes and bootlegs.