Daft Punk unbox the first copy of Random Access Memories in their laboratory.
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Mixed slightly crudely and with little regard for anything other than beatmatching and “hey these would sound okay together,” it’s the new Five Tracks mix! This one features some very new house records, that Mirror People remix of Jesse Oliver we chatted up a couple of days ago and the stellar reworking of the lead-off single on Justin Timberlake’s new album as handled by Vito Aeroplane. It’s fast, it’s fun and it’s free to download when you right-click here!
Five tracks of uplifting new house and nudisco, just as the kids of today like it. Right-click here to download.
We’re proud of this one, even if it’s a bit sloppy in places and it inverts the usual accepted formula for a mix by starting off hands-in-the-air before going a bit techy-disco and finally ending up at a remix of The XX. Right click here to download if you’d like a better listening experience.
In two weeks, Kevin will be DJing at River Gods for a special Good Friday session and we’re sure that there will be one of the usual flyers for that when the time comes.
It’s been too long since we last did one of these, and for that, we apologize. We were in a bit of a funk and then we realized that a bright summery mix would help everyone, so that is what this is. This was done spur-of-the-moment so it’s not as polished as many of these mixes, but we like the feel of it quite a bit. Please enjoy and, of course, share. Right-click here to download.
A return to our incorrect naming schema, or you can view this as a five track mix that offers you a bonus track for free! Either way, this package features six songs, some of which you know in some form or another, others that you don’t but you will. If we were trying to sell this to you at a department store, we’d inform you that it looks great on your iPod and that everyone is going to want to know where you go it. Right-click here to download if you want.
The first Five Tracks remix of 2013, featuring a bit of pop, some swooshy progressive disco and some willful throwbacks to the days of old. We’re pretty happy with this and hope you are, too. (And for those of you counting, this is the third mix in which we’ve included Rick Astley’s most popular hit in one form or another. We’d apologize, but people keep making good records from it.)
As always, right click to download so you can use it on your preferred device.