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Have Some Carly Rae Punk For Your Saturday

28 Apr

Call Her Definitely Maybe

I’d say that Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe will be top of the charts these summer months. I’d place money (if I had any) on it following a neat fun./Gotye type sequence whereby a consistent trickle of stunts propells (or encourages) it to number one (a Glee sequence, Superbowl appearance and a viral cover and Glee sequence respectively.) They’re sleeper hits, or about as much as a sleep hit with which you can charge a pop song. Call Me Maybe has Bieber buzz, Canadian buzz, and surely Glee buzz by the end of season three? Make that happen, RIB. Anyway, here’s a Carly Rae remix for your Saturday – and please don’t assume I mean this is for partying – it’s for all-weathers. Equal amounts useful for a night in with a pizza alone or a night out in Shoreditch. I won’t tell you into which category I fall.

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Digital Love – Daft Punk (Algeronics Remix)

20 Sep

Okay, lets jump into electronic for a minute and think about Daft Punk. The french duo peaked in the 1990s during the house music movement in France, and are thought of as one of the most influential bands during that particular period. Even after that, they enjoyed continued success. Recently, they’ve taken a break from producing actual albums and have been working on different projects, like the soundtrack for the movie Tron, in which they make cameo appearances as DJs.

This original song, Digital Love, is pretty popular and a great song, but I like this remix even more. It adds a heavier electric feel. Bang this out at any party, and I’m sure it’ll be a hit. In your best interests, I’ve added the original song:

And here’s the remix, which you can download here: