Add them to your playlist, here are the finest remixes from the past 7 days.
Ella Vos - White Noise (R3hab Remix)
Highland Park resident Ella Vos has shared R3hab’s delicate edit of her debut track “White Noise”. Ella recently made her live debut at It’s A School Night while R3had has previously reworked tracks by the likes of Rihanna and Zara Larson.
Sandscape – Artificial Rush (Tusks Remix)
Tusks, recently signed to One Little Indian, has worked her magic on Sandscape’s recent track “Artificial Rush”, submerging the track in a hazy and brooding wash. Tusks explores the track’s depths while vocalist Eliza Shaddad soars above which makes for an expansive and original flip of the lush original.
Bright Light Bright Light – Running Back To You feat. Elton John (Vince Clarke Remix)
The legendary Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Yazoo and Erasure) has been let loose on Bright Light Bright Light’s “Running Back To You” which appeared on 2016’s Choreography. The resulting remix is a suitably anthemic, ‘80s tinged epic. We’d expect nothing less.
Gulp – Search For Your Love (Django Django's Nautical Twilight Edit)
Gulp, the Cardiff-based group comprised of Guto Pryce and Lindsey Leven, have shared the hypnotic Django Django remix of “Search For Your Love”. Discussing the remix, Dave Maclean of Django Django said: "When I first heard this track, it cast my mind back to Radio 4 program I'd been listening to. Someone had uttered the phrase 'Nautical Twilight' and it had immediately pricked my ears up. Images of moonlight glistening on calm seas and the sound of gentle waves lapping against the wooden hull of an old boat filled my mind.”
TOYDRUM – I've Got a Future feat. Gavin Clark (Nick Cave & Warren Ellis Rework)
Toydrum, formed by UNKLE’s Pablo Clements and James Griffith, have called upon “friends, peers and people we love to work with” to rework tracks from their albums Distant Focus Vol. 1 and Evangelist for a new album titled My Eye On You (To Reinvision). Appearing on said album is this haunting reimagining of “I’ve Got A Future” by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis which features the vocals of the late Gavin Clark.