So we’re are back with another cool remix for our “Classics Remixed” section of the blog. This time I bring you the Prince penned classic, “Nasty Girl” by his protégé girl group Vanity 6. This sexy R&B jam was released back in 1982 and still sounds as good and fresh today as it did 30 years ago!
A funny thing about this song is that Lead singer Vanity, who is now a Christian preacher, has denounced the song and told the members of her congregation who listen to “Nasty Girl” to “keep praying for the Holy Spirit”. LOL.
Grab a copy of the Hardcore Math User remix below.
First previewed within their ‘Mix of the Week’ for MIXMAG back in September, Canadian super duo and masters of all things bass, ZEDS DEAD, have now decided to gift the faithful fans their epic remix of MARINA & THE DIAMONDS’hit track “LIES”.
Listen to Willow Smith’s beautiful and gloomy new song “Sugar and Spice.” The song samples Radiohead’sdreary track “Codex” from the album The King of Limbs.
With lyrics like “I tried to be sugar and spice, but I’m melancholy and can’t do anything right / The monsters under my bed keep making noise at night, I just want silence” the track evokes whats currently going-on in the US (world ) right now; Sandy Hook, Suicide, Bullying, etc. There is tremendous maturity bursting through this track, it’s hard to believe that Smith still only 12 years old.
Smith’s debut, Knees and Elbows is schedule to drop sometime this year.
Check out mystery band, Kids Of The Apocalypse aka KOTAand their epic debut single, “Masters of The Sun.”
Currently, there is not a lot of information about the band but their video and single is generating major buzz around the blogsphere. Kids Of The Apocalypse arrives with an equally mysterious interactive website. Here. Typing the word ‘MESSAGE’ on the site reveals the following message:
“living for a century without a frontier, the time for creation has begun. We will not seek power, only release it. It must live free now. THE UNIVERSE WANTS TO PLAY”
That message sounds like an ANONYMOUS announcement, doesn’t it?? hmm…? Guess we just have to wait and see
Check out the retro-style video for the stomping, synth-heavy, apocalyptic choral anthem, Masters of The Sun! This song is EPIC on every scale!
My favorite band at the moment, Gold Fieldsreceives a cool dance remix for “Dark Again,” by Canadian, synth-pop tour mate, Diamond Rings! The killer remix debuted today over at Noisey.
Diamond Rings tells Noisey:
“After hearing “Dark Again” so many times on tour (always a good thing) it was a real challenge to try and re-imagine the song as a remix. Working in the tour van between shows on a laptop isn’t always ideal but that’s how I ended up putting everything together. When I listen back to the mix it takes me back to all of the sights and sounds that I soaked up while traveling across America with the Diamond Rings band and those amiable Australians.”
Check out the killer remix below! “Dark Again” is taken from the band’s upcoming debut, Black Sun due out in February 26!
P.S. I recently received an early copy of Black Sun… all I have to say right now is that it’s MAJOR! These guys are gonna be huge!!
Gold Fields On Tour
Jan 19 – Ballarat Beer Festival, Ballarat, VIC
Feb 04 – U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC
Feb 05 – Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD
Feb 06 – The Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY
Feb 07 – Theater of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Feb 08 – Brighton Music Hall, Allston, MA
Feb 09 – The Met, Pawtucket, RI
Feb 11 – The Drake Hotel, Toronto, ON
Feb 12 – The Shelter, Detroit, MI
Feb 13 – The Basement, Columbus, OH
Feb 14 – Beachland Tavern, Cleveland, OH
Feb 15 – Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL
Feb 17 – Triple Rock Social Club, Minneapolis, MN
Feb 19 – Black Sheep, Colorado Springs, CO
Feb 20 – Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO
Feb 22 – In The Venue, Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 23 – Elks Live, Missoula, MT
Feb 24 – The Crocodile, Seattle, WA
Feb 25 – Mississippi Studios, Portland, OR
Feb 27 – Slim’s, San Francisco, CA
Feb 28 – Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA
Mar 02 – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
Today, on his 66th birthday, the iconic and legendary David Bowieannounced details of a brand new album, his first in ten years! The new album entitled, The Next Day produced by Bowie’s longtime collaborator Tony Visconti will be released in the UK and most countries worldwide on March 11. The US will get a release the following day, on March 12.
Watch the video for the brand new single, “Where Are We Now?” A ballad that references the years Bowie spent in Berlin.
What do you guys think of Bowie’s return to music?!!
David Bowie(iTunes) You can pre-order ‘The Next Day’ via iTunes now.
Here is the full track-listing for ‘The Next Day‘ :
‘The Next Day’ ‘Dirty Boys’ ‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’ ‘Love Is Lost’ ‘Where Are We Now?’ ‘Valentine’s Day’ ‘If You Can See Me’ ‘I’d Rather Be High’ ‘Boss Of Me’ ‘Dancing Out In Space’ ‘How Does The Grass Grow’ ‘(You Will) Set The World On Fire’ ‘You Feel So Lonely You Could Die’ ‘Heat’
It’s the remix to ignition Hot and fresh out the kitchen… It’s the freakin’ weekend Baby, I’m about to have me some fun
This sick and rad remix of R. Kelly’s classic, “Ignition”is the perfect jam to start your Saturday night! London based DJ\Producer Erol Sabadosh has turned Kelly’s party anthem into a fun tropical-house jam full of steel drum kicks and dance beats to get you bouncing all the way to the club!
British DJ\Producer Duke Dumont, unleashes the incredible and ecstatic vocal house anthem “The Giver.” The feel-good house anthem is simply FIRE!!! and will surely get dance floors burning from NYC to London! The track is taken from Dumont’s FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 2. It also features remixes by Tiga, Lando Kal, Gingy & Bordello, and Locked Groove.
Preview a few mixes below and grab a FREE download of the Jesse Rose remix!!
DJ\Producer (and musical magician) Cyril Hahn unleashes another incredible remix unto the world; this time he reworks Gabrielle Aplin’s beautiful acoustic tune, “Please Don’t Say You Love Me” and turns it into a chilled, dreamy, deep-house number.
UK synthpop duo Hurts, returns with a massive new single entitled, “Miracle” from their upcoming sophomore album, Exile.
Their identifying sythnpop sound takes a bit of a backseat on this track to sounds of crashing drums and soaring guitar riffs; but maintains the same poignant, lyrical punch that we have come to love (and expect) from the duo. This track is huge!