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Posted by Cory Zechmann in Electronic Nov 13th, 2011 | Comments Ever since I heard Little Dragon on the Gorillaz’ track “Empire Ants,” I’ve had a spin-tingling love obsession with lead singer Yukimi Nagano’s voice. However, in every track since, I haven’t found the instrumental backings that made her voice soar like the Gorillaz did… until now. Finally, we get something that backs up her voice like a charm, and no doubt it would be from the master mixer Party Ben. I’ve been following PB ever since Adam Sandler gave his approval, featuring a few mashups of his on the Just Go With It soundtrack . Take a look at this gem of a remix, which I’m guessing is for Shadow’s “Scale It Back” Remix Competition , though I can’t find his in there.. hmm…
Sounds like: Justice, Lazrtag, Digitalism What's so good? By Jason Grishkoff | May 29th, 2011 This brand spanking new LAZRtag bootleg remix landed in my inbox and caught my eye.
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Sounds like: Radiohead What's so good? By camden andrews | April 6th, 2010 A few days ago, a virtually unknown British producer by the name of Danger Dan released a remix of Radiohead’s “Kid A” on an Erol Alkan message board, and it’s quickly becoming one of the most talked about tracks in the music blogosphere.
Sounds like: RJD2, De La Soul, Pete Rock What's so good? By Taylor Fife | June 21st, 2010 Last year’s ‘Popular Songs’ from Yo La Tengo had one of my favorite openings of the year. ‘Here to Fall’ starts out slow and weird, but as the song begins to add bass, drums, guitar, synthesizer, strings, and vocals it climaxes into a towering indie rock number from one of the most distinguished groups representing the genre.
Sounds like: Pavement, The Flaming Lips, The Solids What's so good? By Nicole Cifani | October 7th, 2010 The 88 are a four-piece rock band hailing from Los Angeles, CA. They’re known for unexpected and powerful live shows and even have some songs that have garnered various licenses in films, TV shows, and television commercials.