Category remix

Mixtape No. 18 :: The Remixtape


  1. Washed Out :: New Theory (RAC Remix)
  2. Alpine :: Hands (Goldroom Remix)
  3. Foals :: Late Night (Koreless Remix)
  4. Geographer :: Blinders (Jackals Remix)
  5. Vampire Weekend :: Horchata (GMGN Remix)
  6. Bloc Party :: Tulips (Menotaur Shock Remix)
  7. Ok Go :: All Is Not Lost (Serious Business Remix)

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Breezy Sundays : The Vaccines :: Do You Want A Man? remix

Aug 11th, 2013 : by :: Tags: , ,

And we’re back. Get breezy with this pop-jam from The Vaccines, the John Hill + Rich Costey remix of their track “Do You Want A Man?”.

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Kisses :: Air Conditioning Brett remix

Jul 19th, 2013 : by :: Tags: , , ,

Friday bonus. DC dudes Brett have remixed the chiefs of nu-disco chill, Kisses, who are also headed to play a show this Saturday (7/20) in DC. Enjoy…

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Kisses | Air Conditioning (Brett Remix)
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PREMIERE :: Teen Mom :: I Wanna Go Out (Brett Remix)

May 28th, 2013 : by :: Tags: , ,

Excited to premiere some new home-grown District tunes today. Brett and Teen Mom (both hail form DC) have joined forces for a whimsical Summer remix. Adding synth and electro ambiance to the original, Brett makes the jangly indie-rock track ready for a night at the beach. Watch the video for the original “I Wanna Go Out” HERE and grab Teen Mom’s “Mean Tom” EP HERE. Enjoy…

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Teen Mom | I Wanna Go Out (Brett Remix)
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Sinkane :: Warm Spell (Barker & Baumecker Remix)

Mar 20th, 2013 : by :: Tags:

A song’s genealogy doesn’t always have relevance, but this song is so scattered it would be a disservice not to mention it. Sinkane who was born in Sudan, raised in Ohio, and now lives in Brooklyn where he is signed to James Murphy’s punk-dance disco label DFA records. The track, “Warm Spell”, was then remixed nearly beyond recognition by Barker & Baumecker, residents at Berlin’s mecca of techno and house: Berghain. Barker & Baumecker are known specifically for their eclectic style which mixes UK forms of electronic music like Breakbeats, UK Funky, and Dub-Step with German Techno and House. My point is that this track is a celebration of musical internationalism. A celebration of the new way in which the internet allows for a new, diffused musical culture. A Sudanese American being remixed by a couple of Germans with an ear for English music, how could it not be a jam.

words by Peter Fusco

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