Ha... yeah, that's a Cobra Snake pic on PMA. **Cherry Popping Sound**
I've been ignoring posting most remixes in favor of artists who demand more hype than they've been getting, and I will continue to do so, but I thought that now that it's officially the weekend and that most of you are heading out to some party soon, you might want to grab a few of these. Oh and I understand that it's already past 9pm on the EAST COAST! My bad! I will make sure to post the next Saturday Night Party Music Planner a bit earlier!
Anyway, let's start off with an incredible remix of Eminem's infuriatingly catchy "Crack A Bottle," yeah? Cool... Here's all of the tracks in our nifty SoundCloud player. Read beyond it for my mini rants.
gottadancedirty, a nice music blog I've recently discovered, EXCLUSIVELY premiered this DiscoTech remix not too long ago. Hey, why didn't I exclusively drop this? Just kidding guys...
DiscoTech are always spitting fire out of their remixing machine, so it's no surprise that this remix is fucking addictive. And as gdd points out, "The repetitive hooks and synthy wonks throughout the song make it super damn catchy." This is why I absolutely think that NOT playing this song at tonight's party is a crime.
I think Ohh! Crapp... a ton for this next Radiohead remix.
You really don't hear sayCet around these parts, at least I've never heard of them until recently. I completely agree with O!C... here "sayCet embraces the art of delicate piano ballads & melancholic musicbox melodies; transforming everything they touch into a hauntingly mesmerizing lullaby." This remix should probably be used to start up your party and lead into the heavier music. Sexy & smooth.
Legendary party kids A plus D from the Bootie crew created one of the most efficient mash-ups I've heard in a really long time. I just love the beautiful sounds MGMT created on "Kids," and listening to David Bowie go at over their beat makes me both nostalgic and ready for bigger dance numbers.
Even though I believe Lady GaGa's "Just Dance" is one of the greatest party songs in recent memory, I know that 90% of the world is completely sick of it — thank you radio. Luckily, Snowcone's great remix of the song adds a new flair to the track while keeping its dancefloor fire intact. While you're at it, give Snowcone's remix of Britney's Circus a listen.
This remix of "Circus," of course, doesn't hold a candle to Villains UH-mazing official remix. It literally makes me want to sweat. I World-Premiered it earlier this week, but here is the version you'll be hearing on Friday and Saturday night radio!
I love Holy Fuck. Their remixes, or as they like to call them, "Re-Interpretations," always bring something new to the table. This is the case (as usual) with their new re-interpretation of Royksopp's wonderful new single, "Happy Up Here." So what do you guys think? Better than the Boys Noize remix? Thanks to Pinglewood for the mp3.
Remember when I posted that radio-rip of Crookers remix of U2's new single, "Get On Your Boots"? Yeah, everyone loved it and, since then, have been looking for the 320Kbps version all over the place. It's twice as long, twice as loud, and yes, twice as good. Don't think your party is too cool to play a U2 song. At least not with Crookers on the byline. Muchas Gracias to Stoney Roads!
The whole world is buzzing about Kid Cudi right now, and I can't imagine a party going down without one of his tracks playing nowadays, but if you want to be a bit different and want to play this gritty, dirty remix of "Day N Nite," you really should go right ahead. It's pretty much amazing. Props to the wonderful selection over at LA Friendly for the remix.
I've never really given Ladyhawke the time of day, hence me leaving out the "e" at the end of Ladyhawke from time to time, but I really, really enjoyed Kim Fai's remix of her new single "Paris Is Burning." Her single will be out on Modular on 3.02, but you can listen to the remix below right now.
Have a fun, safe Saturday night! Complimentary condoms are at the door.