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Slow Magic Releases “Closer 2 U” Remixes While Collaborating With Fans/Artists

by Mallory Dwortz
Slow Magic, the masked artist known for a dreamy and otherworldly sound, just dropped additional remixes of the spacey-sensation, “Closer 2 U.” The Ukiyo remix premiered on February 12th, ultimately earning a spot on Manila Killa’s “Dusk Lights” Spotify playlist featuring some of Manila Killa’s current favorites. Ukiyo’s debut album also just came out last […]

Cassian Remixes BRONSON’s “KNOW ME (feat. Gallant)”

by Mallory Dwortz
Popular music producer and electronic music expert, Cassian, remixed BRONSON’s song, “KNOW ME (feat. Gallant),” putting a new, upbeat spin on the gentle original. This new remix brings a vibrant energy to the soothing, consistent version BRONSON, consisting of ODESZA and Golden Features, had already released. Despite its recent release, the song has quickly risen […]

Remixes, “Are You Bored Yet?”

by Mallory Dwortz
At the end of August, Mura Masa (Alex Crossan) put a new spin on Wallows’ popular single, “Are You Bored Yet?” featuring Clairo. The alternative trio’s original mix highlights Clairo’s soft vocals in an effortlessly airy, indie jam that consistently garners the most listens on their Spotify account. It’s had a home in one of […]

A Spin on Perfection: Billie Eilish Remixes

by Ashley Eyes
Indie/Electropop virtuoso Billie Eilish is a clear revolutionary at the tender age of 15. Her avant-guard and emotional lyrics paired with a hauntingly harmonious voice take her music to the depths of human emotion. This fresh-faced L.A. native is leaving a profound impression on the hearts and minds of listeners, as well as further inspiring the […]

Album Review: Hello Clouds Remixes

by Ashley Eyes
Some music snobs loathe remixes, but many electronic fans revel in the chance to hear a different take on a song that they love. Remixing a song, for true artists, is not about being on-trend; it’s about taking a song you admire and letting your imagination take it somewhere it hasn’t already been. For those […]