Jamie Woon – Lady Luck

Following the official video and this acappella version, here is another video for my favourite Jamie Woon track, this time directed by LA’s Vincent Haycock.

Lady Luck was released early in the year and comes with remixes from Hudson Mohawke, dÉbruit and Royce Wood Jr. (the latter ones are available for free!)

Jamie Woon – Night Air (Blue Daisy Mixture)

Always been a huge fan of Blue Daisy, so I got quite excited when I saw his remix for Jamie Woon. Well, there have been some heavyweight remixes before, but for me this one is standing out – pure deepness!

The remix is part of the digital single for Night Air, which was released back in April already, but Blue Daisy just uploaded it to his SoundCloud page.

Get yourself a copy of the single on Amazon or iTunes.

James Blake – The Wilhelm Scream

Following the live video and only a couple of days before the self-titled album hits the shelfs, Pitchfork TV has unveiled the official video for “The Wilhelm Scream” by James Blake. Simply beautiful!

(via Gimme5)

Recomposed Kevorkian & von Oswald Mixes

Cover Artwork

Cover Artwork

I didn’t expect another record with remixes of last year’s Recomposed album, but being a big fan of Carl Craig and Moritz von Oswald, I’m glad about the news. The first volume included remixes from Ricardo Villalobos and Carl Craig himself, now it’s Moritz von Oswald and François Kevorkian stepping up.

On the A-side comes a dancefloor-oriented collaboration between Kevorkian and Oswald. The flipside holds a solo mix from Oswald, reminiscent of his Rhythm & Sound output – quite dubby with very subtle use of percussion.

A. Berlin Meets NY by François Kevorkian & Moritz von Oswald
B. Development Mix by Moritz von Oswald

The record is already available in stores and it looks like it’s only available on vinyl. You can get your copy at Juno or Rush Hour.

Recomposed New Mixes

Record Sleeve

Record Sleeve

Even before Deutsche Grammophon‘s Recomposed by Carl Craig & Moritz von Oswald was out, rumours of Ricardo Villalobos remixes made the round. This week, a 12-inch finally proved this to be true – at least one Villalobos remix accompanied by another by Carl Craig made it on the record. As you can expect, both are taking the material originally written by Mussorgsky and Ravel and transform it into more dancefloor-oriented versions, and both break the 10 minutes limit easily. If you ask me, they should’ve added an Isolée remix as well.

A. Uli, mein Ponyhof (Ricardo Villalobos remix)
B. Movement 8 (C2 version)

A quick websearch will produce multiple results on where to buy this, I’ve spotted this on Juno, Rush Hour and Piccadilly.