Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Buffetlibre & Beaumont remixes

Today I will put two great acts together in one post with some new remixes from them.

First we have awesome Buffetlibre from Spain, who are DJs, makes great remixes and also have the mighty 80's cover project "Rewind". They have a busy schedule this late summer and early autumn touring in Spain and Netherlands. They are also doing a mini-tour with another great act named Frankmusik, that we soon are going to write about in a bigger scale. The remix of Little Boots "Remedy" is made together with Sidechains, who from time to time work together with Buffetlibre.

Little Boots - Remedy (Buffetlibre vs Sidechains Remix)

Cartridge - The Woods (Buffetlibre Remix)

As the next great remixer we have our favourite Aussie Beaumont, who never lets you down. His latest remix is of James Yuill's "No Pins Allowed" that is superfresh. Then we have two other remixes that aren't that superfresh but almost. One is of one of the most remixed songs this year "Walking On A Dream", but this one is well worth posting because of Beaumont's nice touch.

James Yuill - No Pins Allowed (Beaumont Remix)

Empire of the Sun - Walking On A Dream (Beaumont Remix)

Emil & Friends - Downed Economy (Beaumont Remix)


Anny said...

If you're into Little Boots, check out where you can hear her in interview at Smirnoff U.R. The Night gig in Matter at London's O2.

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