Add them to your playlist, the week’s finest remixes.
Bryan Ferry – Midnight Train (Man Power Remix)
Bryan Ferry’s music has always lent itself well to remixes so it’s no surprise that Man Power’s reworking of “Midnight Train” is something close to a masterpiece. The lounge legend has been churning out quality edits for decades but you'll be able to enjoy some new ones when Avonmore - The Remixes drops on 19 August via BMG.
Ariana Grande – Into You ft. Mac Miller
“Into You”, probably the best song of 2016, didn’t need a remix but Grande had one made regardless. She's roped in Mac Miller for this is enjoyable, semi-smouldering rework. Once you're done listening to this you can go back to listening to the original. Grande can next be seen in forthcoming TV musical Hairspray Live! . Grande's world, we're all just living in it.
The Invisible – Life Dancers (Floating Points Remix)
The Invisible's "Life Dancers", lifted from their superlative new album Paitence, has been remixed by longtime collaborator Floating Points. It's a souring edit of the track which toys with the song's euphoria and melancholy. The remix is backed by a brand new b-side "First Time" and is released on 12" on the 2 September.
Roosevelt – Fever (Justus Köhncke Remix)
Justus Köhncke has transformed Roosevelt’s “Fever” into a shimmering, late-night disco number. Köhncke, the hugely respected German producer, slows the track down while still maintaining the fist-pumping effervescence of the original. Roosevelt releases his self-titled debut LP on 19 August via Greco-Roman and City Slang Records
SOFI TUKKER - Drinkee (Mahmut Orhan Remix)
Another week another really good remix of our favourite beatmakers SOFI TUKKER's "Drinkee". This one comes to you via Turkish producer Mahmut Orhan. Laden with strings, it's a skilled transformation of one of the summer's hottest tracks.
Daniel Avery - Clear (Abdulla Rashim)
Daniel Avery has called in Abdulla Rashim for the remix of "Clear". An unrelenting edit that is gloriously rich in musical layers - taking the track deeper and deeper. Abdulla Rashim plays live at Avery’s Divided Love residency at London’s fabric on Saturday 20th August alongside Lucy and Volte Face.