It’s great how artists can take what someone else has done and adapt it to create a completely different song. In dance music remixes are quite common and some artists even go as far as releasing tracks with a whole list of various remixes made by others in a sort of EP format. Today’s Track of the Day is Yultron’s remix of “Pull The Trigger” which was originally produced by Flux Pavilion.
New band on the block LANY take today’s Track of the Day spot with their song “Super Far”. This song has a nice chilled out indie-pop feel to it with soft vocals and is off their debut self-titled album LANY. I see this band going far.
With the recent weather and hearing about the recent adventures my friends have had abroad, I could really do with a Holiday. Unfortunately, due to money and graduation week fast approaching, I’m unable to travel so as a result I’ll have to settle with the summer track by Calvin Harris, Snoop Dogg, John Legend and Takeoff.
“Superfresh” is the latest single by Jamiroquai and is off their recent album Automaton. It is a great upbeat funky disco track which is true to Jamiroquai’s original style, but with a modern flair.
Bassnectar is one of those artists that I stumbled upon through online suggestions. I was in Amsterdam and was looking for music that was good for tripping out to (hallucinogens) and a lot of people suggested Bassnectar. Although I didn’t really experience much of a trip (probably didn’t take enough) I did find a good artist. “Was Will Be” off Bassnectar’s new EP titled Reflective Part ,1 is today’s Track of the Day.
Summer is my favourite time of year from a music perspective as it’s the season for dance music, and today’s track is going to be a summer hit. Oliver Helden’s latest release “Ibiza 77 (Can You Feel It)” will definitely get people moving at whatever Pool Party, DJ set or club this track is played at!
Death From Above’s latest release “Freeze Me” is the Track of the Day today and it’s their first single since their 2014 album “The Physical World”. True to their unique high energy rock/punk style, the two piece band seem to be back in full swing under their original name Death From Above, rather than their former name Death From Above 1979.