It is friday.The night is on your mind. Long weekend ahead.Add this to the soundtrack of your adventure.The summer is not over.Next level. Binary Approves.
Binary friends The Knocks and RAC. Cheap Sunglasses Remix. The Knocks take the infectious original and add a darker, clubbier vibe that revives one of my iPods most played tunes and incites raving. YOU,YOU,YOU,YOU. Precisely. Two of our very favorites together. How fresh is this? Happy Weekend.
As August gradually transitions into September, you may notice that with a change of season comes a change of mood. People seem less adventurous, more skeptical and likely to withdraw sooner. However, Canadian Producer Pat Lok’s remix of Sirma’s “Trigger” is the perfect reminder that despite the days becoming shorter, darker and colder, there is still “so much to feel, so much to live for.” The middle-eastern vocal sample intertwined with harmonious synthesizers feel soothing, as we begin to tranquilize our overexerted summer hearts. The textured, elongated vocal samples are therapeutic, telling us that maybe it is time to channel our energy more constructively and take our passion by the reigns. This tune reminds us that for the past few months, it has been too easy to be in ten places at once. The real challenge now is devoting yourself, just one moment at a time.
Good things come to those….Brooklyn’s Body Language…What a tune. Saucy female vocals, a feel good vibe that gets sultry…This one feels like a reward for good behavior. Free Download? Don’t mind if we do. Hit their soundcloud and discover this band. You will be glad that you did. Happy Thursday.
At long last…Goldroom on Binary. “Mastermind” Producer Josh Legg AKA GOLDROOM and Binary have released a dreamy fantastic original. Featuring breathy emotional vocals courtesy of Mammals and a longing, smoothed-out vibe, Goldroom continues to diversify his sound. Goldroom approached this release with his original “#thepremix” concept, basically releasing the vocal stems prior to releasing the song and enabling producers to create interpretations with the vocals minus the influence of the original track. The originality of the idea has had us sifting through so much incredible content from producers from all around the world (thank you!), it is the original itself however that delivers that nostalgic magic we associate with GOLDROOM. Support the music that you love and spread the word after all, as the man himself pointed out, “It’s the only way to help this music grow and flourish!”
The ever endearing TÂCHES never ceases to amaze us with his ability to truly capture a tune’s sentiment and use a variety of remix and sampling techniques to intensify the emotion. His latest remix of RÜFÜS’ Sundream uses darker melodies and high-pitched bass tones to stir a true passion in our hearts and let us down easy for feeling things we may not always understand. He consistently rearranges pieces of the original vocals to create new progressions, reminding us that there is no structure or rational logic when it comes to natural desires. With this remix, TÂCHES gives us the opportunity to shamelessly relive the glory days of this tune, with the added advantage of experiencing it through a completely new look and feel.
Our friend Touch Sensitive brings his dreamy funkiness and saves the day. All is now well. Twist that dimmer, light that incense, turn on your L A V A lamp. Allow these soothing strains to – carry you away. If there were also a baritone spoken word piece included like – “Gurl…you know…I want you back right here in my arms…come on home baby…” That would make it better but, even though it doesn’t have that part its still really cool. Enjoy