Hello. Tuesday. Remixes.
While Sofie Letitre and her song "Real" give me Shakespeare vibes, so does Infuze. The difference is Sofie Letitre is more gentle sonnets cascading down from the balcony above, while Infuze is more 1996's Romeo + Juliet directed by Baz Luhrmann during the car-screeching shoot-out between Romeo and the Capulets.
If I ran into Sam Feldt, I'd tell Sam I felt his remix of Milow's "Mistaken" and then I'd quickly ask for forgiveness. This of it like any vacation, it's somewhat of a predictable start with the DJ-friendly four to the floor similar to the process of packing all the right necessities. The vocal kicks in like a tour guide giving you a quick lay of the land, but the cocktails and poolside is unveiled at the 1:24 mark.
Not gonna lie, those are some dark undertones and depressing I-don't-love-you-anymore's that kick off MOUNT's remix of "Fade" by Satchmode. I'd say if you're looking for the perfect song to soundtrack your contemporary choreography, bring your dance moves and jazz shoes over. But be ready to swap them out pretty quickly for sandals because MOUNT pulls off the good ol' bait-and-switch which is actually more great than good. And I heard that at the :55 mark, MOUNT. Well done.
I love how the two definitions for "divinity" are 1. the state or quality of being divine and; 2. a fluffy, creamy candy made with stiffly beaten egg whites. ODESZA's remix of "Divinity" by Porter Robinson feat. Amy Millian is the latter. I mean, the former. Potentially, both.