SoundCloud is now bursting at the seems with reMixes of Fear Of Tigers’ ‘The Adventures Of Pippi Longstrump’ for their reMix competition. We’ve already dropped some of our favourites, now lets check out some of the newest entries.
Guy Zalaxy produces an impressive, smooth, night drive of a track which is heavy on the electro toms (no bad thing) and a chilled retro flavour. Pidoo’s reMix is deep deep deep. A speaker shaking, almost Dubby, bass dominates the track and gives Mz. Longstrump an edge of aggression. Lastly Seb Santabarbara’s mix brings a nice combination of 80’s influenced Electro and rocking Electro-House, the mixture of retro chords and dancefloor riffs give the track loads of energy.
The cometition is really heating up in Fear Of Tigers’s ‘The Adventures Of Pippi Longsrump’ reMix wars.
Aduno So Tanie, Kelek & Dusty Digital are the latest two names to submit entries, both really high quality. Aduno has been featured on electronic rumorsbefore and here brings a really glossy synth epic. Dreamwave in the truest sense of the word, this reMix doesn’t rely on kicking drums or a Disco bass to carry it, it merely soars along on intertwining layers of lush synths and uses the vocal sample in a way we haven’t heard before. Kelek’s take on the track is an awesome head on collision between mid-80’s ElectroPop and French Touch, with an almost New Order feel to it with a Nu-Disco sheen. Kelek really makes the track his own with a melody that will stick in your head. Dusty Digital bring more of a Disco flavour to the tune with a funky little lick running throughout.
I was debating posting this, by now it’s, literally, everywhere…but, hell, it’s too awesome not to!
I don’t mind admitting that I was worried about the forthcoming Justice album. Could they top, or even just follow ‘†’? Would the new album just follow what they now know is a successful ‘Justice formula’?
There was no reason for me to worry. ‘Civilization’, featuring vocal duties from ElectroPop badass Ali Love, is jaw droopingly good. It’s got all the balls of Justice’s most powerful tunes and all the funkiness of their more Disco leaning tracks, wrapped up in one sweet package. It’s catchy as hell to, for a Justice song, and is driven throughout by some of the best mixed piano I’ve heard in ages.
If I were you I’d get used to hearing this:
♫ Justice (Feat. Ali Love) – Civilization (Radio Rip)