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Stockholm based producer Mountain Bird creates a wonderful world of indie-electronica with an 80’s inspired analogue synth sound. His remix for fellow Stockholm artist Amanda Mair and her recently released single “Rush/Wednesday” is the first recorded collaboration between the two and the remix itself is 3 minutes of fantastic and dramatic sounding dance pop.

”I heard the magical vocal track and the feeling hit me. Produced a remix of Rush. Had some coffee. Cried a bit. Laughed. And then I sent the bounce to you.”

– “This is what Mountain Bird answered when I asked him about the remix. And my first reaction of the remix was, ‘wow first time I see myself as Beyoncé in a music video dancing in a sweaty desert.’ And I couldn’t resist myself for loving that thought (and the remix of course).” – Amanda Mair

Amanda Mair will release a new EP entitled “To The Moon” in November and stay tuned for more.

Today we saw the release of the remix pack for the excellent single “Mind” (via The Magician’s imprint Potion Records) from up and coming Los Angeles producer/dj Bobby Nourmand, the remixes come from Parx, Tom & Collins and Limits, our pick of the bunch is the remix courtesy of Mexico City-based duo Tom & Collins. They deliver a harder hitting clubbier version of the og track with sweeping synths, a housed up piano line and one filthy drop.

Young Parisian producer Khamsin’s cinematic remix of Noah Cyrus and XXXTENTACION’s controversial collaboration “Again” adds depth through spacious layers of texture creating an atmospheric bed for Noah and XXX’s vocals to lay.

Swedish hitmakers Vargas & Lagola dusted off a brand new solo moniker for 2017, bringing with them an array of polished experimental pop cuts along the way. On remix duties for NONONO, the Swedish duo brings supple reggae vibes, giving an island twist to the infectious original from the dream team behind 2013 hit “Pumpin’ Blood.” Remixes can be a dull old affair, but Vargas & Lagola bring enough color and character to make this an essential extension of the original single.

Stockholm producer, purveyor of futuristic club tracks and one of the founders of the Staycore label Dinamarca turns the classic Opus III track “It’s A Fine Day” upside down and we get a bassy, slo-mo club track that sounds like it’s influenced by cumbia or tribal guarachero.