Quite possibly one of my favorite bands, Radiohead, has always made quality music. From debut album Pablo Honey to their most recent release King of Limbs, they have broken the boundaries of typical alternative music through exploration of the unfamiliar. From grunge-influenced tracks and guitar dominant instrumentation, to an experimental rock style influenced by kraut-rock, jazz, and 20th century classical music. This band continues to evolve and create amazing material with lyrical depth.
“Everything In Its Right Place” is the first track off of Grammy Award-winning fourth studio album, Kid A, released in October 2000. The track was written by singer Thom Yorke and produced by Nigel Godrich, who produced all their albums aside from Pablo Honey. The song is mainly electronic, featuring an electronic piano, a drum machine and computer manipulations of Yorke‘s voice. Thom and Nigel have transitioned their talents into another musical creation, Atoms For Peace, with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Beck/R.E.M. drummer Joey Waronker, and percussionist Mauro Refosco. German DJ/Producer Tensnake amps up the electronic feel with this house remix.
One of the best tracks for Halloween festivities has to be “Heads Will Roll” remixed by A-Trak. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have always had some Halloween swagger with their edgy, post-punk, dance floor friendly jams along with Karen O‘s colorful and flamboyant wardrobe choices. A-Trak has always been on top of his game, from winning the DMC World DJ Championship at the age of 15, to being Kanye West‘s personal tour DJ, to founding his own record label Fool’s Gold Records, to being the other half of disco house production, Duck Sauce. A little warning, this remix is known to awaken the dead, so be ready to bust a move with them.
While the talented Mr. Timberlake is topping charts and wooing the ladies in a more classy and sophisticated way, Dillon Francis is rocking the dance floor with this booty dropping remix. As one of the pioneers of moombahton, a fusion of house and reggaeton, Francis elevates this track with chopped vocals, filthy drops, and that bump-n-grind appeal. Download this remix below for free!