Hello. Thursday. Remixes.
Laura Welsh is a modern pop force who makes captivating, confessional songs where melancholy meets anthemic euphoria. Applebottom remixes the singer's "Break The Fall" giving the shimmering electro-pop anthem, a new marching groove.
Shorty, Sean Kingston and Follow Me can "Take You There."
Sebastian Carter takes Bad Suns' single "We Move Like The Ocean" and guides it towards the dance floor. He keeps the emotional energy of the original in tact, but lends his signature touch making for an enchanting and addictive rendition.
With SMLE's debut remix of Owl City's 'Fireflies,' listeners are given a perfect depiction of the project's signature sound through both soothing keys of the piano and brilliant vocal manipulations that provide listeners with the feeling of entering a dream.
New York City's Bobby Green is back with a remix of Tiger La's "Now You Know," flexing his upbeat electro-pop sound we've come to expect and enjoy.
With his remix of Back Back Forward Punch's "Solid Gold," Pat Lok holds the mood well with his unrelenting influence of animated disco-house beats. He explores an uplifting environment where smiling and dancing seem like the only things that ever really mattered.
Lxury's remix of Jungle's "Time" just feels good...time and time again.