Singapore singer Joie Tan and producer TEEMID have reinvented this truly timeless track by creating an EDM-esque musical style to accompany the original’s soulful and funky characteristics. The feminine vocals are perfection with a grooving bassline and deep house appeal. Covering one of the biggest hits in the last decade is no easy feat, but TEEMID AND Joie Tan have done “Crazy” justice.
MNDR is an electro synth-pop duo from New York City consisting of Amanda Warner and Peter Wade. This Hollywood glam pop song is transformed into a chilled out, dreamwave track by Box of Wolves. It may be an unfamiliar name considering this producer submitted this remix as part of an MNDR remix contest. Although he didn’t win, this track is worthy of our ears and attention.
Pitchfork describes LA based indie rock band Local Natives as, “Afropop-influenced guitars with hyperactive drumming and hooky three-part harmonies.” After seeing them twice in concert, it’s undeniable that their passion, talent, and harmonies leave their audiences captivated and wanting more. “Breakers” is the first single from their second album, Hummingbird, which was released back in January. Superhumanoids remixed this track with melodic dream-pop sequences that make you wish like you were running on a beach in slow motion…Baywatch style.
“Praise You” was released as the third single from Fatboy Slim‘s second studio album, You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby, in 1999. This big beat hit is reinvented with a chilled out electro vibe with the addition of a soothing orchestral opening sequence that provides an excellent progression to the heart of the song. The producers of the remix consists of two music making, tea drinking, boys from the Shire, known as Maribou State.