Remix Party Playlist Vol. 61 – 3.22.2012 [Whitney Houstan, Hall & Oats, Beck, Grum, and more…]

Top of the morning.

With craziness of SXSW nearly a week behind us, its feels good to be home… and although I pride myself on my party prowess- I think it will take weeks to fully recover from that madness.  51 shows in four days… that has to be a record for an individual party.  In the mean time (back in reality), I’m supplementing my diet with extreme amounts of caffeine and sugar.  If Im diagnosed with diabetes in a week, we’ll certainly know why.

Its only thursday, but with the combo of caffeine and the sweet tuneage below, a spontanouse dance party at work is absolutely necessary.  Get down with your self.

Kick it.

For more jams or by any of these artists use the ‘tags’ links at the bottom of the post!  Follow @JoelAlbers on Twitter for updates on remixes, dubstep and all things Nurdy.

♫ Whitney Houston – How Will I Know (VOODOO FARM REMIX)

♫ Arcade Fire – Sprawl II (Soulwax Rmx)

♫ Joe Goddard feat. Valentina – Gabriel (Soulwax Remix)

♫ Hall & Oates – I Can’t Go For That (Supersede & Nick Morrison 2012 WMC Remix)

♫ Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound (Religion Remix)

♫ David Guetta Ft Sia – Titanium (Ken C Remix)

♫ Beck – Farewell Ride (myles AWAY bootleg)

♫ Rogerseventytwo – You Take Me Higher (Kids At The Bar Remix)

♫ Grum – Through The Night (Laserkraft 3D Remix)

♫ Goldroom – Nights In Nantes (Keljet Remix)

♫ DJ Khaled ft. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne – I’m On One (Myndset Remix)

♫ Kriss Evans – Get Started (Cheap Speakers Remix)

♫ Anthony Green – Big Mistake (Skeet Skeet Remix)

♫ Kelly Rowland – Motivation (Skeet Skeet Remix)

♫ Den Svenska Björnstammen – Dansmusik (Materia remix)

♫ Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (TheFatRat Remix)

♫ Fotoshop – Too Little, Too Late (Kuti 77 Remix)

♫ Ellie Goulding – Lights (Josh Billings Remix)

♫ M83 – Midnight City (Timo Juuti & Hector 87 Disco Wobblez Bootleg)

ZIP FILE—>>> Remix Party Playlist Vol. 61  (Arcade Fire – Sprawl II (Soulwax Rmx) not included)

16 replies
  1. Jimmie
    Jimmie says:

    Sad to say that quality of post’s on this blog still going in the same direction, down.
    In the good old days no one would have commented such a low quality remix as thefatrat remix of gotye.Different crowd here now. 

  2. Brandon @ TBE
    Brandon @ TBE says:

    Seriously Lou, we write about music we love. Always have, always will. If you don’t like it then there are plenty of other blogs out there. This blog has always been about positive energy. Leave your negativity at the door.

  3. Jimmie
    Jimmie says:

    I’m aware that I’m not forced to be here. This used to be a great place to find great music. And as I feel the quality of the music here isn’t what it used to be, I get disappointed.

    Only positive comments allowed?

  4. Brandon @ TBE
    Brandon @ TBE says:

    Jimmie, let me be clear, negative comments are very welcome. Read through the comment history and I always engage people whith constructive criticism to give. That is different than what you wrote.

    1) A blanket statement like “quality of the post on the blog is going down” is not a helpful comment. This is a big blog with a wide variety of posts. You ned to be more specific if you want your comment to mean something.

    2) One of your main complaints was with the fact that people liked that TheFatRat remix. “Different crowd here now” you said. Why would you worry about who reads a blog you read? Isn’t it about the music? Sure, lodge a specific complaint with the way you feel the site is run but calling out other readers for liking something is just lame. And makes me defensive. This blog is nothing without its readers and that is why I respond to every comment (unlike almost every blog I’ve ever read).

    3) Looking over your previous comments on TBE and other sites it seems there is a common thread of negativity. Why not write something positive about something you do like? Positivity leads to more positivity. Plus I’ll have a sense of your taste when you do make a negative comment. You ever notice that we never write about music we dont’s like on TBE? That is a conscious decision.

    With all that said I am genuinely curious as to what kind of songs you have liked here in the past and what specifically you feel has declined recently. I am constantly striving to make this site the best it can be. However, keep in mind that there is really only one person’s taste that matters here and that is the writer of a post. Thats exactly what music blogs are all about.

    Thanks for not disappearing into the internet and for keeping the conversation open.


  5. Jimmie
    Jimmie says:

    I can’t put my finger on the exact reason why quality of posts not being what they used to (except the rebirth of dubstep), hence the non constructive critisism. 

    I’ve written positive comments like, using my full name for some reason;
     “Great work. Best best of 2011 by far.””Ignore my comment on the best remixes of 2011 Pt. 2. This would, hands down, be the best of the best of 2011.”
    And FYI I’m Swedish. It’s in my nature (well, almost) to only express myself when I’m not pleased and to keep quiet when I like something, so those words are sincere :) 

    And don’t get me wrong , I don’t come here as often as I used to but this is still one of my most visited blogs.

    Take it as a compliment that I care enough to speak up instead of stop reading!

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