StarSmith Mix For Vulture Music

Published On June 7, 2011 | By Andrew Rafter | Mixes
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StarSmith is Fin Dow-Smith the latest DJ and producer to be asked to do a mix for Alan Braxe’s Vulture Music mixtape collection.

Over the last couple years artists from all over the world have been queuing up to get the StarSmith treatment as he has racked up numerous remixes for the top tier of pop music whilst still remaining an exciting prospect for dance music.

The 22-year-old producer has already worked on four number 1 albums including Kylie Minogue’s and Ellie Gouldings’ album where he co-wrote 7 of the tracks and produced pretty all of the album.

He’s been praised by everyone from Mixmag to The Guardian and he is man who is demand. He was persuaded to become a bedroom producers by Frankmusik and with his copy of Logic, a pair of monitors, his midi keyboard and a flair for new-wave pop sensibilities – he is one of the hottest properties around at the moment.

To say he is looking like the next Staurt Price would not be an understatement. All of his remixes seem to have a Thin White Duke quality about them.

STARSMITH EXCLUSIVE MIX for VULTURE MUSIC by Vulture Music

Gentle Roar (Mylo Extended Mix) – Niki & The Dove
Lisztomania (Alex Metric Remix) – Phoenix
Cult Logic – Miike Snow
My House (Stopmakingme Remix) – Hercules And Love Affair
Contact High (Clock Opera Remix) – Architecture In Helsinki
Golden Train – Penguin Prison
Shooting Stars (Siriusmo Remix) – Bag Raiders
Information First – Zoot Woman

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And if you want more from Mr StarSmith check out his amazing mixtape for Bacardi and you download it too.

 

The Second Movement – Bacardi Mixtape by Starsmith

Download here.

About The Author

is the Editor and Founder of Harder Blogger Faster. Andrew is a fully trained print journalist and has written for local newspapers, sports papers and various tech blogs. When he's not listening to endless amounts of promos, you'll find him wandering the streets of Manchester attending gigs, interviewing artists and trying to persuade techno enthusiasts about merits of melody.