Someone was nice enough to point a finger over to Holy Ghost!‘s mix of Goblin City. At nine minutes in length, it has some versatility. It’s very playful and melodic. The interlude grabs you within the first minute and then you’re locked in from there. These guys from NY surely are mixing masterminds.
This next remix is lethal. The original to MSTRKRFT‘s pairing with Legend in my opinion was too slow and strayed away from the traditional party bangers that I became infatuated over MSTRKRFT with. The Jump Jump Dance Dance Remix eliminates this problem. Tossing in a heavier bassline and some catchier rifts, this song is officially ready for the hardwood. A little dose of that synth nearing 3 mins in just ties it all together. I know you’ll like this.
Jump Jump Dance Dance are Etc Etc’s latest signing since PNAU and Lost Valentinos. The Californian based duo consists of LA DJ and Vocalist Chris Carter and Simon Lewick. Keep an eye out for these guys in the future. This is only the beginning.
The last hit comes from the duo in Classixx and has been patiently waiting in my library for about two week now to be tossed up here. I watched it grow as various blogs covered it more last week. Still relatively unheard, it’s too good to not take the extra time out and showcase it on 317. The new take on Major Lazer‘s Cash Flow is mellowed out and absolutely terrific. Great work threading in some light synth to carry you away with.