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One of my personal favorite bands to come out of Brooklyn, NY Great Good Fine Ok has an EP out “2M2H” later this month on March 16th and I’m super excited about it. Before the EP release, GGFO has shared the title track “Too Much To Handle” and today we’re highlighting Shook’s remix. Lead singer Jon Sandler’s falsetto still shines through Shook’s bouncy production and effervescent synths to create a dreamlike remix. Take a listen below.

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Francesco Rossi captures the sound of the summer and takes us out of this bleary winter weather with his track “Godspeed You.” This sun-kissed single today gets an official remix from Charming Horses, which let’s us bask further in the song’s warmth-giving glory and gives us a slightly different interpretation. Here the duo lays out the lounge with soothing guitar licks and piano chords that create an everlasting embrace.

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There are a ton of great artists coming out of Washington, DC, and there’s one in particular that we’d like to highlight today. Coming off her official remix for Portland pop artist Pink Feathers, Eau Claire (aka Rachel Wong) this week shares a deep edit of Marvin Gaye’s “How Sweet It Is.”

“The original is such an irresistible track I was surprised to find that there weren’t many remixes so I thought it would be perfect song to rework into an uptempo dance track with that Eau Claire touch.”


​Riding the acclaimed release of his original single “Chest,” Chris Lake today shares an explosive edit of Mark Ronson’s hit “Uptown Funk”. Lake keeps the soulfulness of the single, letting Bruno Mars energetic vocals bounce along fat percussion and a bubbling synth lead. The product is a dynamic club weapon fit to throw the dance floor into a frenzy.

Be sure to listen to the track and grab the free download HERE.

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Rapper 50 Cent’s breakout single “In Da Club” comes back into contemporary consciousness with this new remix from Bender. Here Bender puts an upbeat spin on the 2003 single, weaving in a UK bass aesthetic to penetrate the noise of the bustling G-house scene.