Lily Allen reMixed by Keadz

Lily Allen

Wow, haven’t written about Lily Allen in years, honestly didn’t think I would be again either but Belgian producers Keadz have breathes some new Disco into Lily’s ‘Fuck You’.

Smooth and slinky, they’ve broken out the Funk synths and the, er, glockenspiel and the end result is Lily’s political rant is transformed into a tropical beach Disco tune.

Lily Allen – Fuck You (Keadz reMix)

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Snapd drop new Florrie reMix

Florrie may be currently pimping her latest Pop gem, ‘Give Me Your Love’, but there’s still life in here previous (Kitsuné approved) awesomeness, ‘Call 911’, yet!

Snapd (who we have previously featured with his reMix of Sunday Girl’s ‘Self Control’) could very easily become a real favourite round here. He has a knack for striking the prefect balance between dancefloor and Pop. With ‘Call 911’ he has sprinkled his clean ElectroPop production with hints of Electro-House and even Electro tinged R&B, but seem to have drawn out more of the song than some of the (many) other reMixes. It’s a hard effect to quantify, but if you listen to the other reMixes (save maybe Fred Falke’s) and then put on Snapd’s, the track seems to come into it own in a way it hadn’t previously, like song and reMix were always destined for each other?

I’ll quit waffling now, enjoy:

Florrie – Call 911 (Snapd Mix)

While you’re head check out their ace reMix of Lily Allen’s ‘I Could Say’ for a more deep and epic take on the Snapd sound.

Lily Allen – I Could Say (Snapd Mix)

Florrie @ Beatport

Florrie @ Juno

Florrie @ 7Digital

Florrie @ Amazon

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Lily Allen; ‘Not Fair’ reMix


Here’s another track that landed in the electronic rumors Inbox during our week off.

New Zealand producer Justin Sane and his production partner Kyle Bourke have knocked out this reMix of Lily Allen’s latest single ‘Not Fair’ and it sends the track straight to the dancefloor whilst keeping the song’s pop sensibilities.

Apparently, this is tearing up the floors down NZ way!


Lily Allen – Not Fair (Kyle Bourke & Justin Sane reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

‘Not Fair’ is in the shops now!

Lily Allen @ 7Digital

Lily Allen @ Amazon

The week in Bangers: 03:05:09

The week in Bangers: While electronic rumors isn’t strictly an Electro-House blog, we do cover a lot of Electro-House that crosses over in to our realm. So many good club tunes and reMixes surface each week we can’t (and wouldn’t) cover them all, so this is a round up of some of the best from the week that we didn’t have time to dedicate individual posts to…

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Some storming tracks for you this week. Starting with a fantastic Grum reMix of Friendly Fires and a diamond hard Diamond Cut reMix of Evermore. Datarock get the reMix treatment from Château Marmont while Team Canada DJs take on Cut Copy. Lions At Your Door are mixed by Polymorphic and there’s The Juan Maclean’s version of Duchess Says’ ‘Black Flag’. Jells Mayhem turns in a hard and heavy mix of Lily Allen’s ‘The Fear’ and we leave you with the cool, chilled ‘King Of The Witches’ by Capracara.

Friendly Fires – Skeleton Boy (Grum reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Evermore – Hey Boys And Girls (Diamond Cut reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Datarock – Give It Up (Château Marmont reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Cut Copy – Heart on Fire (Team Canada DJ’s GrandTheft reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Lions At Your Door – LAYD (Polymorphic reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Duchess Says – Black Flag (The Juan Maclean Version) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Lily Allen – The Fear (Jells Mayhem reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Capracara – King Of The Witches (Original Mix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Most of these artists can be picked up here:



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Hervé gives Lily ‘The Fear’


As I mentioned here Lily Allen has gone all ElectroPop, so I’ll be interested to hear her new album, ‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’.

In the meantime Hervé, also known as The Count (i.e. that bloke from The Count & Sinden), has come up with this reMix of ‘The Fear’, the first single form the album, that turns it from a piano-fueled electronic Pop ditty into a dark Dubstep bassfest with some seriously traumatizing synthwork.

Lily Allen – The Fear (The Count A.K.A. Hervé reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Check the links below to grab yourself some tunes!

Lily Allen @ 7Digital

Lily Allen @ Amazon

Hervé @ Beatport

Hervé @ Juno

La Roux (+Lily Allen)

Where to start, where to start?

Ideally I’d be wanting to write about new music and stuff, but there’s also so much from the last six months or so that I want to share. I have no idea where to begin.

This morning my tickets to see La Roux (supporting Lily Allen) in Shepherd’s Bush showed up, so I guess that is a good enough place to start…

London’s La Roux, the latest signing to the mighty Kitsuné Music, is an odd beast. I think it would be fair to say La Roux is a bit like Marmite, you’ll either love it or hate it. I wasn’t so sure when I first heard it but it has very much grown on me, I kinda’ have a thing for female vocalists with quirky voices though.

So grab yourself some of Elly Jackson’s unique, to say the least, voice over some addictivly funky SynthPop…

…and the track:

La Roux – Quicksand (zshare) (MediaFire)

On top of that you HAVE to check out this massive reMix by autoKratz, possibly one of my favourite reMixes of the moment:

La Roux – Quicksand (autoKratz Drags To Riches Mx) (zShare) (MediaFire)

Seeing as how La Roux is going to be supporting Lily Allen I’ll throw you this unofficial reMix of her forthcoming single, which I picked up from PrettyMuchAmazing!, too:

Lily Allen – The Fear (Christian Vorbau ‘We Are King Kong’ reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

I’m interested in hearing Lily’s new album now she’s gone all ElectroPop. ‘Female vocalists with quirky voices’ and all….

So, the music industry’s a sinking ship. If you like the songs, throw the artists a lifeline:

La Roux @ Beatport

La Roux @ Amazon

Lily Allen @ Amazon

…and at 7Digital you can pre-order Lily Allen’s new album for £5!!! You can’t even get a pint for that these days, can you?