Came across this lovely little edit in a recent Catz N Dogz podcast and had to post it. Hamburg-based Diynamic label head, Solomun, gives us a housey re-rub of Jamie Woon’s “Night Air,” leaving the rising UK singer/songwriter’s pristine vocals intact while laying down some nice percussion underneath. Perfect track for a warm summer night. Jamie Woon – Night Air (Solomun Edit) by Blisspop


Despite electronic enthusiast Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) currently touring the world for his latest EP Prehistory, he has still managed to be productive on the other side of the globe.  As of last Thursday, his remix of Friendly Fires’ “Hawaiian Air” is up for listen and sale on iTunes.  The remix definitely compliments its name with its drums and strides of synth while echoing the original vocals to create


No. 19 Music recently uploaded Art Department’s latest mix (via Soundcloud) from their appearance at the One Records/Illusion party during Barcelona’s Sonar Festival back in June. In addition to blending a smooth mix of dark/deep/tech house and nu disco, Art Department highlights a few of their own unreleased tracks, as well as a forthcoming single from label mate Maceo Plex (listen for it around the 60:00 mark).


Never one to shy away from releasing live material, our very own Lxsx Frxnk has just put up another great mix, recorded during her recent opening set for Volta Bureau and Treasure Fingers at U Street Music Hall. The up-and-comer shows patience in all the right places as she builds the mix slowly with reissued Chicago magic from Virgo as well as the techy deep house of Maya Jane Coles,


Since the label’s creation not too long ago, the Life And Death records crew have dropped some sexy late-night bombs (see: Tale Of Us’ remix of “Every Minute Alone”). This new remix of Gusgus’ “Over,” released on Kompakt last month, certainly follows suit. On their rinse of the original, Life And Death label head, Italy’s DJ Tennis, and Tale Of Us feed the current obsession with deep, menacing basslines that