Category Archives: Robyn

Rye Rye – Never Will Be Mine (feat. Robyn)

New Rye Rye sampling old Robyn = an earnest, slow jam dance party in my hotel room right now. Word is we will get a Rye Rye album finally in June. Rye Rye – ‘Never Will Be Mine (feat. Robyn)’ … Continue reading

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Robyn – Call Your Girlfriend

I’ve been obsessed with this Robyn song since it came out last November, but this Feed Me dubstep remix has me excited all over again. It’s got some heavy bass but still twinkles and sparkles like every Robyn jam should. … Continue reading

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A Little Mylo to Get Your Dance On

The Robyn, Cut Copy, and Villa remixes by Scottish DJ/producer Mylo had caught my ear over the last several months, and I wanted to know more. I highly suggest checking this post over at The Pop Cop if you are … Continue reading

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Jean Elan: A Killer When the Lights Go Out

His mix of ‘Killer’ is one of those tracks that reminds me how much I love house music. Every time. He has a new mix coming for Eric Prydz’s Niton (over at Dancing Astronaut) and a slew of progressive tracks … Continue reading

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Far East Movement

Far East Movement bored their way deep into your brain with ‘Like a G6.’ If you can forgive them, the L.A. based quartet knows a hot beat and they have a sense of humor to boot. They released Free Wired … Continue reading

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My Feelings for You

Swedish Avicii (aka Tim Berg) makes upbeat, power through five more minutes of cardio, progressive house. All of these songs are bright, shiny beacons of happy dance music in their own right. Oh, and he’s only 21. Avicii & Sebastien … Continue reading

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Well, Falke It

Toulouse-based Fred Falke churns out fun, boppy French house remixes of a variety of female vocalists we all know and love. He first caught my attention with Lykke Li, built on it with Dido, and now has captured it fully … Continue reading

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