Posts Tagged 'Remix'

WASHED OUT "Echoes" (Little Star Dweller Remix) MP3

Washed Out

Yup, Pitchfork declares “Chillwave” as a “genre” of music and champions Washed Out as one of their “Best New Music” artists. The sound and style Washed Out has been labeled as has been around for quite sometime. Downtempo, lounge and the like are too damn similar to discount them as being any different from “Chillwave.” But anyways, artist Little Star Dweller from Brooklyn has always been known for his “chill” music mixed in with numerous elements such as break beat, drum n’ bass, electronic and hip-hop. He took a liking to Washed Out’s Echoes from his Within And Without album and decided to amp it up a little adding more beats and percussion.

And if you want to hear what Little Star Dweller’s original amped out sounds sound like check out his new single “Catch A Killer.”

MP3: “Echoes” (Little Star Dweller Remix)

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WASHED OUT “Echoes” (Little Star Dweller Remix) MP3

Washed Out

Yup, Pitchfork declares “Chillwave” as a “genre” of music and champions Washed Out as one of their “Best New Music” artists. The sound and style Washed Out has been labeled as has been around for quite sometime. Downtempo, lounge and the like are too damn similar to discount them as being any different from “Chillwave.” But anyways, artist Little Star Dweller from Brooklyn has always been known for his “chill” music mixed in with numerous elements such as break beat, drum n’ bass, electronic and hip-hop. He took a liking to Washed Out’s Echoes from his Within And Without album and decided to amp it up a little adding more beats and percussion.

And if you want to hear what Little Star Dweller’s original amped out sounds sound like check out his new single “Catch A Killer.”

MP3: “Echoes” (Little Star Dweller Remix)

BLOGSPOT | FACEBOOK | MYSPACE | TWITTER | PURCHASE | LABEL

THE WHITEST BOY ALIVE "The Golden Cage" (Fred Falke Remix) MP3

The Whitest Boy Alive

Super power house house artist Fred Falke turns indie rockers The Whitest Boy Alive into some really hip disco-rocking white boys. Turning their track “The Golden Cage” into a drum kicking synth-laden song over Erland Oye’s warm vocals works perfectly.  Maybe it’s time for The Whitest Boy Alive to revisit their original intentions with electro-pop.  Now may be just the right time to tinker with dance as it seems to be what everyone wants.

MP3: “The Golden Cage” (Fred Falke Remix)
Website: http://www.whitestboyalive.com
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/thewhitestboyalive
Purchase: Dreams
Label: Bubbles

THE WHITEST BOY ALIVE “The Golden Cage” (Fred Falke Remix) MP3

The Whitest Boy Alive

Super power house house artist Fred Falke turns indie rockers The Whitest Boy Alive into some really hip disco-rocking white boys. Turning their track “The Golden Cage” into a drum kicking synth-laden song over Erland Oye’s warm vocals works perfectly.  Maybe it’s time for The Whitest Boy Alive to revisit their original intentions with electro-pop.  Now may be just the right time to tinker with dance as it seems to be what everyone wants.

MP3: “The Golden Cage” (Fred Falke Remix)
Website: http://www.whitestboyalive.com
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/thewhitestboyalive
Purchase: Dreams
Label: Bubbles


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Twentyseven Views is primarily a music blog (although sometimes I will do the random post on a film or something culture or art related). All posts are genuine and honest opinions by the writer.

The writer is based in New York and has run a small indie record label, was a former publicist and has done freelance publicity. The writer has penchant taste in music that lean towards pop. Whether that be indie pop, dance music or hip-hop.

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