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Premiere: Röyksopp & Robyn - Do It Again (Dave Audé Remix)

Oh yeah, we know Röyksopp & Robyn's motto this summer - let's do it again! Dave Audé remixes and aims for getting huge dance floors around the world boil - and possibly for a Billboard Club Chart #1. We can already imagine people on Ibiza and in West Hollywood eat this one right up along with super strong drinks and some Red Bull, haha. No waiting around for the build-up, it's straight to the point with this one - get ya movin'!  


Free Download: Kiesza - Hideaway (Mitch Murder Remix)

Kiesza's Hideaway video is currently soaring towards 70 million views on Youtube - real awesome for a debut on a small label! Her 90's sounds and moves seem to have people transfixed and have really hit a throwback nerve. What if we dug even deeper? Stockholm DJ Johan Bengtsson a.k.a. Mitch Murder takes us down a layer and right into the late 80's with his remix! Complete with big synthetic drums, cow bell, glowing synths, chopped vocals like a 12" dub and to round it all off - a bleeping synthesizer mini solo! Ya better believe! Listen + download belooow! Thoughts? 


Premiere: Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence Remixes 

Lana Del Rey really wants us to get movin' to her Ultraviolence emotions. Commissioned are three new club mixes that really puts a twist on that whole getting hit and have it feel like a kiss. It's a bizarre feeling yes to wanna dance to those lyrics and breathy vocals about hurt being like true love. Our fave of the bunch is the one by Bonar Bradberry and Tom Thorpe a.k.a PBR Streetgang with its electro feel and moody atmosphere. The looped sighs and aaah's are strangely hypnotic! Sonic Matta delivers a house anthem that we can imagine being played at a mainstream club near you. Parisian indie pop duo Axel Basquiat and Vincent T a.k.a The Penelopes drops a jaunty number that Lana's hard outlook on life and love clashes with and creates an almost alternate universe filled with cotton candy and blood with the blipping disco sounds and sampled trumpets. Listen below! Thoughts? 


Tori Amos - Hyperballad (Björk Cover) [Live at the Greek Theatre]

Tori Amos performed at L.A's classic Greek Theatre last night to a roaring crowd (of course, no surprise there). Her live set for this particular show included a stunning version of Björk's legendary 1996 single Hyperballad. Such a perfect treat! She's done it before and this time it's no less stellar. Her voice truly soars here and we kinda feel the need to throw some cutlery down the balcony now, struggling as we are to find the words. It's emotive, superb and truly so very Tori without losing any connection to the wonderful original. When she effortlessly glides into her own 1994 wonder Cloud On My Tounge it's no less than badass. Like what the hell?! So damn fine! The last 20 seconds we cannot even! At last night's show she did covers of Kate Bush, Elton John and Depeche Mode on top of this. Shockingly awesome, haha! We need to see her live stat! Enjoy! 


Premiere: Jessie Ware - Share It All

Jessie Ware double post! Oh yes! She's on a roll and we're keeping up for sure. New album Tough Love drops later this year and she just released new track Share It All online. Hell yes, we wanna share it all. Much like the stunning first single from this project this is a slow burning track that sounds rich and beautiful. This one however breathes a bit easier as it's happier and the start of something brand new. A romantic liaison with all the components. The moment when both want the same thing and neither know exactly where the other part stand. We love the understated production and we this new album kinda right now. Enjoy! Thoughts?  Update: Oooh, just found out Share It All is co-written by Romy Madley-Croft from The xx and produced by Bristol house act Julio Bashmore. NICE!