Monthly Archives: September 2011

One More Year!

Today is Six Degrees of Kevin Beacon’s first anniversary! Life is a wee bit busy right now, but here are three heavy hitters that are shaking me to the core. This little side project has turned into one of the … Continue reading

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I’ve Got a Crush on You

More Nero remixes! Also, check out this fan video for the Sound Remedy remix. First thought: aww man, this is cheesy. Second thought: SO BRIGHT AND SHINY! Nero – ‘Crush On You (Sound Remedy Remix)’ Nero – ‘Crush On You … Continue reading

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I’m Feeling a Change

I can say unequivocally that this song will be on one of my playlists next year. The buildup is progressive house at its sparkliest, the chorus is infectious and timely, and its still giving me chills after 20 listens. A … Continue reading

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Change is Opportunity

Change is coming fast – feeling a little overwhelmed, but then along comes Twin Shadow to the rescue! Twin Shadow – ‘Changes’

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All Shook Up

Heard this old Sigur Ros mashup from Portland’s Emancipator on a sunny rooftop on Sunday and melted a little bit. Shook (Emancipator Mash Up)

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Promises

Skrillex may not sound quite as new and innovative anymore, but to me this remix of Nero‘s Promises is perfection. A great song, made bigger, brighter and shinier. Now I just need to find a sound system this side of … Continue reading

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The Chaotic Good

Once it gets going, this remix from The Chaotic Good is harsh and crowded electrohouse; let it rough you up a bit though, and you might find you like it. A lot. While you are at it, check out these … Continue reading

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