Category: Electronic Remix


 

“Once upon a time, deep in The Cosmic Forest, was a fabled hideaway. It whispered of masked dreams, ushered in hidden truths. Fantasy and adventure were the alchemy that fueled the fire. With moods so vivid you could almost taste them, imagination flew into the night with wild abandon and Spirits soared.

Eventually, as is its’ nature, modernity found its’ own course and wove a path into the world as we know it.

Living and breathing the air that time forgot are two creatures of ageless beauty. Tucked away in their remote Cosmic Forest studio, Psychemagik embody the lust of wonderment and the endless bliss that is musical treasure. Together, they encapsulate what always was and is always meant to be. Welding away by candle light, their passion for composition and seamless production is enabling a whole universe of lush, delirious, existential explosions of sound to proliferate. Come closer…. Take a peek… Be seduced by twilight… Join them in their cosmos and see the world through their eyes.
Let Psychemagik take you by each hand and lead you, blindfolded, into their fantasy world. Open your eyes… Move slowly…. Breathe deeply… What’s before you is a mystical wonderland, sprinkled with magic dust and misted by the tears of the heavens. They will free your mind as the scarf of the everyday falls. Welcome to the place where everything is possible, the place where dreams spring to life. “
Fleetwood Mac – Dreams (Psychemagik Remix)
Saalim – What You Say (Psychemagik Remix)
The Egg – The Catch (Psychemagik Remix)

thetrashjuice has always been a big fan of Plastic Plates. This time, however, it’s a remixed PP track by Marseilles’ finest, Amine Edge and DΔNCE.

It has a darker edge with a groovy, yet powerful bass line and also features lyrics from Simon Lord.

Plastic Plates – Things I Didn’t Know I Loved feat Simon Lord (Amine Edge & DANCE Remix)

 

Small Talk

Four Tet put on quite a show at Dimensions Festival which I just recently returned from.  While I was away he released a remix through Ultraista, a band formed by Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker and artist Laura Bettinson. Conceived from a love of afrobeat, electronica, art and inspired by tequila.

We all know Four Tet and what he can do. The original track is already pretty futuristic and interesting. Four Tet takes it to a darker territory musically alongside some distorted lyrics. Tis tight.

Ultraista – Small Talk (Four Tet Remix)

 

 

One More Chance

You know you can’t say it’s better than the original, but it’s certainly awesome. I perfect day time chiller or perhaps a late night chiller. Check it.

The Notorious B.I.G. – One More Chance (Woody Remix Ft. Carlitta Durand)

Viceroy released another “JetLife Remix” today of Will Smith’s 90’s ballad, ‘Getting Jiggy With It’. In typical fashion he blasts his summertime flare all over that tune… wait what?

This track has that trademark “summer time all the time” sound with some 90’s nostalgia. What can I say? I’m a sucker for it. I definitely enjoy this one, but especially the last 30 seconds. I would love to see an extended outro.

Will Smith – Getting Jiggy With It (Viceroy JetLife Remix)

Calling Out

Here’s a quirky remix of the indie band, Midnight Magic from Paris’ Jupiter. I’ve written about Jupiter before, but it was a remix from A.N.D.Y.

This time they get the highlight with a funky dancefloor number. The impact of disco and electro-funk on their music is a clear one, yet the band happily quotes a wider range of influences such as Sly & Robbie, Beach House, Alan Parsons Project, Siriusmo or even the Beastie Boys.

Check em out: https://www.facebook.com/wearejupiter

Midnight Magic – Calling Out (Jupiter Remix)