Three Years Later is a track off of my new EP “Everything That You Have Ever Lost.”
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UPDATED Logo 2.0 I had a few friends tell me my old color scheme reminded them of TRON. No thanks. So I went with something simple but I like this better because it makes the center of the photo pop out more.
Always with the disco. Must be the cocaine.
Unlike my other remixes, in doing a remix of “Rolling In The Deep” I have added mine to the list of THOUSANDS of remixes done by bedroom/laptop Producers. I don’t want to be just another number in the sea of white noise. As always I hope you enjoy my approach. This is just a preview of the track and it’s not finished yet. Cheers.
P.S. I wanna make out with Adele.
Fucking aye. Okay, so I like them. It took a very, very long time. But I wanna make something clear, remixing Horchata started off as a joke. One of my best friends loves this song and I thought it would be funny if I attempted to remix it. I heard it for the first time when I was in a dressing room inside of Urban Outfitters (obvii) at Fashion Island. I didn’t know who was singing the song but all I knew was that I hated it. When I found out it was Vampire Weekend I threw up a little bit in my mouth. So fast forward two months and I went crazy over Cousins and jumped on the wagon. I have this obsession with editing songs and manipulating the vocals to make it sound like the singer is saying something else. I ended up falling in love with the direction that my remix was going and I hope you like where it takes you.
First of all, Beach House = Grrrrrrrrreat. I tried to do them some justice on one of my favorite tracks off their new album Teen Dream. In fact, Norway is one of my favorite tracks of theirs, period. The remix was kicked off by the bass line and it had disco written all over it. My musical roots begin with Disco and Funk and this remix is an ode to where I came from.