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Asian Dan Top of 2009 Guest List: SHUTTLE’s Top 10 Remixes

Boston’s own Shuttle has been making quite big moves this year with his little band, Passion Pit but his remixes of acts such as Phoenix have been showing how versatile of a musician and producer he is. His style of dubstep is not your typical wonky basslines, but his music is sound is definitely HUGE in a good way. I could not get enough of his remix of Phoenix’s “Love Like a Sunset” and his recent remix of Body Language’s “Work This City” is quite a catchy one. I love that he included one of my favorite remixes of the year, Joy Orbison’s remix of Four Tet – a massive talent that Nate and I have talked about numerous times.

Be sure to catch him at Webster Hall 1.8.2010 with Holy Ghost! and Classixx to witness his DJing magic. What Shuttle has in store for Twenty-Ten, who knows, maybe a remix of Lady Gaga & Beyonce or a remix of P Diddy featuring Biggie or maybe even finally a mix for Asian Dan…who knows?

Crookers ft. Kelis – “No Security (Hot City Bass Mix)
Gucci Vump – “Sha!Shtil! (L-Vis 1990 Remix)”
– Ramadanman – “Revenue (Untold Remix)”
– Friendly Fires – “Jump in the Pool (Thin White Dukes Remix)”
– Yacht – “Psychic City (Classixx Remix)”
– The Streets – “Blinded By The Lights (Nero Remix)”
Four Tet – “Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix)”
– Florence and the Machine – cover of “You Got the Love”(the xx remix)
– La Roux – “In for the Kill (Skream Let’s Get Ravey Mix)”
– Udachi and Jubilee – “Smoke Rings (Luna C remix)

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Midnight Juggernauts “This New Technology” Remixes: Memory Tapes + The Juan MacLean

Midnight Juggernauts are venturing to the promiseland, Uhmerica to bless us with their psycehedlic-synth sounds that they have been crafting and honing for the past few years. I feel like their latest track “This New Technology” is a conscious effort to say stray away from the to the whole electro/bloghaus/synth-rock genre they were trailblazing. They are now embracing their Prog Rock roots and the rock side of ELO instead of ELO circa “Time” in the 80s with a touch of Fleetwood Mac and a heavy dose of Mellotron.

Memory Tapes and The Juan MacLean bring Midnight Juggernauts back to their electro-rock roots with these remixes of “This New Technology”. Memory Tapes’ remix is very different from his usual chilled out lo-fi productions – showcasing his bangertastic side. Check them both out below as well as the B-side to the “This New Technology” Single.

Midnight Juggernauts – This New Technology (Memory Tapes Remix)

Midnight Juggernauts – This New Technology (The Juan MacLean Remix)

Midnight Juggernauts – Fantastic Valleys

And as you all know it is CMJ Music Week here in NYC so come check out The Juggernauts new live set:

October 21 – NY – Hype Machine CMJ Event @ Santos – 5PM
October 21 – NY – Bowery Ballroom – MIDNIGHT
October 23 – NY – High Rise/The:Hours @ Norwood DJ Set 10PM
October 24 – NY – The Windish Agency CMJ Event @ Santos – 1AM
October 26 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA

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SebastiAn Remixes

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