Firefly Secret Mixter Remixes!

Editors' Picks

Whatever Asee Mix

Silky, smooth very Marvin Gaye.

A perfect fit for the Whatever rap.

…and a pretty impressive debut at mixter.

State of Everyday Madness (lost remix)

Shockshadow does it again sampling tacet’s vocals from SofEM, with light acoustic guitar and and an intoxicating drumline, very cool smooth, and peacefull. great work.


A blend of creative drums, surreal guitars, heart-renching vocals, and rap by dr.concoction all come together to make an absolutely brilliant track worthy of multiple listens.

State of Everyday Madness (Originally by GhostK)

by: tacet
Haunting and captivating. Tacet adds just the right amount of touches to what was originally an instrumental collaboration between _ghost and CDK to complete the cycle of remix evolution. : )


Ft. the amazing Diane Jessurun. DU treats us with his version of Like A Sunrise. A perfect remix. :)

Night Rain in April

Calming crickets, morphing background chords, all woven into an ambient tapestry that both stimulates the imagination and calms the soul. Gurdonark shows that remixing isn’t all about getting your groove on.

Remember The Name ( Translucent Mix )

mofnous manages to take a hard acapella here, and subdue it, mixing in melancholy chords and laid back rhythms. Very nice remix that stands out, and an excellent first post on CCMIXTER!

Freedom Fighters(no money vibe)

A smooth, jazzy vibe from Shagrugge. A masterful display of how to take samples from someone else and make them your own.

So Cruel - remix

by: teru
simple and great, teru nearly slipped this one by me.
minimal beat and bass that addicts you to the mix of acradian spoken word, and trumpet,
teru has an ear for funk
another home run.

Remember The Name (inki's essence remix)

by: inki
A jazzy transformation of the original best describes this swinging head nod number. Simple, yet highly effective instrumentation that totally brings a new interpretation to the lyrics, especially the hook. The cliched video shoot “subway scene” is in order here.
Pat Chilla The Beat Gorilla

Remember feat.Fort Minor (Ghetto Metal Mix)

Thumpin, bumpin, fresh sounding mix with just a touch of the edgy guitars and lots of heart all over it. This genre buster has rock, funk, hiphop all living together in sweet harmony.

Remember the Name (Kaschke & Mauer Remix)

Mad heavy bangers, oh my!

This is simply super. And the overdrive boombox sounded super on my nearfields too. So thumbs up for sound too.

Ending the Drought (featuring Shagrugge)

Soft, delicate but tense journey though an emotional landscape that shows us what happens when two of ccMixter’s more experimental artists experiment working together. Seems they brought out the best in each other with this beautiful aural landscape.

Blissful Strides Remembered

Booty shake!

Super slick and hot. Pat Chilla is one of my favorite Mixters, no doubt!

The Next Step

true hip hop, and one hell of an contest entry, people will be begging for this acapella, awesome production, and twisted samples.
trifonic shows us all what’s up, can they be a three time winner, only time will tell.