Monarchy made a mash-up of their track ‘Phoenix Alive’ alongside the vocals from Lana Del Rey’s ‘Video Games’ – and since they’ve had such a good response the band is giving the cover away for free.
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Those of you who cut your electronic teeth on Fabric’s infamous mix CD series will need no introduction to Adam Freeland, during the face-pounding naughties Freeland rose to fame with his unique brand of eclectic breaks and electro, with notable tracks like ‘We Want Your Soul’ and his remix of Sarah Vaughan’s ‘Fever’ which he was nominated for a Grammy.
Monsieur Adi’s star continues to rise with his swashbuckling remix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Summertime’. The Parisian transforms Del Rey’s emotional track into a full-on club track full of bellowing basslines, snappy drums and Adi’s clever vocal effects wizardry.
Norwegian disco merchant Lindstrom can’t really put a foot wrong at the moment, he’s just released his fantastic new album ‘Smalhans’ and now we’ve just come across his new remix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Blue Velvet’.
Can the many talents of German producer Tensnake convince us that Lana Del Rey’s new song is not terrible? Maybe. He gives it a bloody good go with a restrained, sub bass house number – one thing we do know for sure is Burns certainly can’t.
You might think that our interest in Lana Del Rey had peaked. Well, you’d be right. But we’ve just come across a remix from the dark lord of techno Gesaffelstein.
One person we’ve really missed in 2012 is: Moonlight Matters. Well thankfully the king of Belgium disco is a back and packing some real disco fire in the shape of remix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Blue Jeans’.
Lana Del Rey will be releasing her debut album at the end of the month and if the hype is to be believed it’s going to sell shed-loads. Up until the release you’ll be showered with numerous remixes – we’ve even give you two – and here’s another to add to the never-ending pile.
When Lana Del Rey performed on the infamous Jools Holland show a couple of weeks ago it was a bit of a failure. Sure, she looked amazing, how could she not? But, her performance and voice just didn’t standup to the expectations and hype that had surrounded her. Now, we’re willing to look past this, it was probably more a case she wasn’t ready for such a performance and the only people to blame would be the over eager PR team. It was a risk and unfortunately it failed.