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"Wasting My Young Years" (Sound Remedy Remix) - London Grammar [Track of the Day]

Some voices are born to fill electronic music with the proper emotion and reality to accompany the rolling vibes produced from the cacophony of synths, drumbeats, and hi-hats. Voices of Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding, and more recently, Hannah Reid of "London Grammar" have been center stage as features spanning many genres, including House, Trance, and Dubstep. LA's Sound Remedy has taken notice to Reid's pipes and recently went to work on his remix of London Grammar's track, "Wasting My Young Years." Filled with liberating piano chords paired with guitar strums resembling those accustom to The XX, Sound Remedy took the beautiful original score and added a level of strength and ambition to the track with the subtle yet forceful break continuing into a sustained rager of a chorus. This is definitely a track to check out. I am hoping to see Sound Remedy in Chapel Hill next Tuesday to feel this song in person with all its glory. If you're in New York City like some of us you have to be sure to check him out under the vibrating sounds of Cielo's Funktion One soundsystem this Friday alongside Victor Niglio!

By Matthew Colner


Free Download: "Liberation" - Sound Remedy

Sound Remedy is back with an astonishing original after tempting us with his large array of remixes that brought him to the spotlight this past summer. There's only a few acts in electronic music that can get away with straining, long-winded Electro chords that make you stand dead still instead of breaking out in dance, and today I proudly announce that Sound Remedy has joined those ranks. This liberating new track feels almost like a new take on "Strobe," yet it's so much more. In slow rifts and synth play Sound Remedy takes us higher to an ethereal dreamscape of Progressive Dubstep that we'll never want to leave. Watch out for some vocal edits for this track coming later this Spring!

By Edward Fancher


Free Download: "Video Games" - Lana Del Rey (Sound Remedy Remix)

Sound Remedy always has a clean production style, but that's a given. What really makes his Electro-Trap take on Lana Del Rey's "Video Games" a truly massive piece of electronic music is the emotional rush behind the production. Sound Remedy's soul comes out in this track in an astonishing way that will really take your breath away, something characteristic of his style that can be seen in many of his other works, such as his legendary remix of "Hide & Seek" - Imogen Heap. One of the greatest crossover producers of the year, this guy really needs more recognition for what he brings to the table: the uplifting, exhilarating qualities of Trance with an unmistakable Electro groove. I'd love to hear him take a shot at mixing. At the end of the day, it's all for you!

By Edward Fancher


Track of the Day: "Runaways" - The Killers (Sound Remedy Remix)

I've been listening to The Killers since I was in high school, and I fell in love with Sound Remedy this summer when I first heard his remix of Imogen Heap’s “Hide and Seek. It was no surprise that this artistic duo would catch my eye but it was surprising how catchy this electronic dance anthem is. Sound Remedy has perfected his formula for feel good mixes that brings out the happy-go-lucky raver in all of us. These bubbly beats combined with the classically nostalgic vocals of The Killers make this track an instant mood lifter and well liked by all. Grab the free download and enjoy!

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By Anne Chang

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"Hanging On" - Ellie Goulding (Sound Remedy Remix)

Ellie Goulding is irrefutably a favorite for remixers, but that doesn't mean all remixes are created equal. There have been a few notable remixes of Ellie (Bassnectar's remix of "Lights", the Jakwob remix of "Starry Eyed", and the Blackmill remix of "Your Song", to name a few) and I am thrilled to announce that this remix by Sound Remedy deserves a spot on that list. I love the sound of this particular song; the bass and beat is nice and strong while Ellie's voice is contrastingly ethereal -- a wonderful juxtaposition. This is one of those tracks that I would probably consider Chillstep (look for it on the next Chillstep Playlist installment) because it's pretty mellow. Big up to Sound Remedy for another great remix! If you liked this remix by Sound Remedy, check out his remix of Nero's "Crush On You."

By Sara Landry

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