London Grammar – Hey Now [Arty Remix]

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Alright! Happy Birthday to ME punk ass bitches! That’s right… I’ve made it through more years than I originally planned on being here, so that’s pretty good right?

Anyway, for my birthday… I’m going deep, progressive, soulful, and…. fucking LONDON! That’s right, London Grammar has certainly blown the fuck up this year with appearances on Jimmy Fallon and their debut album rose to the fifth top selling UK album for 2014. And they obviously have done several photo shoots now as there is no shortage of images of the trio. So this weekend, paint the town black with this incredibly gorgeous and club ready remix of Hey Now from Russian producer Arty.

Factory Floor – How You Say [Daniel Avery Remix]

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Got work tomorrow and can’t sleep? Me too! So I thought I’d at least share with you. That’s Daniel Avery above, a very talented young Londoner who has certainly taken off since the release of his Drone LogicĀ LP. His remix of Factory Floor’s “How You Say” is a beautiful progressive house track bordering on dark house.

Factory Floor Tour Dates
4/7: Vancouver, BC @ Fortune Sound Club
4/8: Seattle, WA @ Barboza
4/9: Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
4/13: Indio, CA @ Coachella
4/16: San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
4/17: Los Angeles, CA @ Echo
4/20: Indio, CA @ Coachella
4/22: Montreal, QC @ Le Belmont
4/23: Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
4/24: Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
4/26: Asheville, NC @ Moogfest
7/18-7/20: Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Music Festival

Aussie Talent – Ones To Watch [Mixmag]

I used to catch a lot of Lancelot’s indie/nudisco remixes. Really awesome tracks. As always, a very quality track from Lancelot, a bit deeper and more progressive than the dance remixes I used to hear from him.

I’ve heard a couple of Indian Summer tracks before, but nothing this quality. Kind of a slow electro soul funk.

Wow.. this is just some straight club… ready to rock the party jam.

And some new-ish Ta-ku for ya. Same style as the tracks from Songs To Break Up To but with a bit tougher, darker drum track. Quality as always.

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