Editors' Picks

Since Ive been loving you

Typically, many of the best remixes and ed picks involve many hours spent arranging and tweeking tracks, crafting the best possible track. But sometimes, an artist gets inspired by another’s fine work/contribution here, or as victor likes to say “adds to the conversation” by getting inspired to write a new song, and Scomber flawlessly executes this here in one take. Who could imagine an aussie surfer pulling this off. With huge kudos to old Dog for the backing music.
MC Jack in the Box

This is on the stairs

A rockin bass hook, a great singer, an amazing song plus a gifted, creative producer - these are the far flung elements put together by Nuerowaxx to make a solid, indie radio ready rock song - solid from first note to last.

don't you run (jazz mix)

by: oldDog
How could one not love this smooth jazz groove from Old Dog and Calling Sister Midnight. As smooth as a chilled glass of fine wine. This one goes down easy and leaves you with a sweet buzz. Like Duckett Says. Ed Pick

Listen To Me

In jazz there is no “analog” or “digital”, there is only jazz. Here The.Spirit.of.Light envelops the wonderful vocal in a meaty and propulsive yet smooth jazz homage. Delightful, “live” and definitely real.

Deep in ya self DjiZ RmX

by: Kwame
It’s bolly-hop - East meets Sac in DjiZ’s very clever and awesomely groovy remix of FORENSEC’s powerful lyrics about life in the streets vs. just surviving. Great message, great presentation.


Delightfully fresh, simple under produced , under 2 minute, 2 track mix , fitting for a first love, teen rom com.


“You better Listen to Me”. The vocals are “a little like Sadé”. The remix has moody touches of trip-hop and nu-jazz. Who would expect anything less than perfect chill from fourstones?

On Your Grave

A straight ballad that succeeds in bringing a touch of class to the site with the (eventually) soaring strings over a top flight kit arrangement.

This production doesn’t use samples from the site aside from queeniemusic’s brilliant a cappella, but all the original samples for it are now available here at the site… let the conversation continue…

One for Me

Dub infection, summer sizzle: sackjo (with deceptively simple, but virtuoso guitar by Haskel) lays out her heart against a rockin riddim of Neurowaxx for an irresistible first remix (!)

For the first 4+ years, the formula for the site was pretty simple: singers upload pells, musicians set those to music and upload the beds. As with “One for Me,” sackjo, and several other singers have turned that process inside out, using the instrumental beds to create completely new works.


Let's Just Go

No brainer, lumps of Springsteen, and Lou Reed stirred into a reflective coffee cup.

Thelma and Louise for the boys.

Independence Day

From the deep melodies to the stylish lo-fi electronic delivery this track offers more than the sum of its parts in true DoKashiteru style.

Sooner or Later

A timelesslike drift of sound and changing beats. You cant go far wrong with using any of Trifonics production values and a Christina Courtin vocal in a mix but Geert matches that with some beautiful chord and sound choices.

Our Voices Shall Be Heard

Radiotimes takes an incredible and inspirational vocal track by Frank H. Carter III and lifts it to a higher level. to the protesters in iran, your voices shall be heard.
MC Jack in the Box

Saturday (9 to 5 Euphoria Horn Mix)

“Just be funky” is the prime directive of the Universal Remix Law (that I just made up) and KC adheres to both the spirit and the letter of that law with a swirling, erotic, hip-grinder.

To paraphrase the lyric: Damn you’re funky.

Small Bits Of Pieces

- a very smooth ballad and superbly, melancholy combination from Subliminal -