10 best remixes of the week; Crookers, Kasbo, Benson, Krono, Cray & More

One of the luxuries of being a fan of electronic music, is that there will always be remixes doing the rounds on the internet. It can seem daunting because there are so much good stuff out there, but don’t worry, that’s why we’re here.

We listened to dozens of tracks that became popular in the past week and round them a all up for you in one place. Enjoy our favourite 10 remixes below:

Mavi Phoenix – Los Santos (Crookers Infinity Mix)

Seemingly coming out of nowhere, Crookers reworked this expletive filled track from Austrian newcomer Mavi Phoenix. The anti-cyberbullying ‘Los Santos’ will have you swearing at everyone around you (but in a good way).

Zhu x Tame Impala – My Life (KRANE Remix)

There have been countless remixes of the exquisite ZHU and Tame Impala collaborative work ‘My Life’, but KRANE’s rendition might beat them all. Keeping enough melancholy of the original track, it slowly builds into an emotional future-bass inspired climax.

Ed Sheeran – Happier (Kasbo Remix)

Ed Sheeran is arguably one of the biggest stars in music today, and his hit ‘Happier’ as been proof of that. Kasbo’s rendition of Sheeran’s hit, keeps the light heartedness of the folk-hit, but adds some extra synth. It’s a very dreamy track that will make you long for road trips along the coastline with friends.

Drugzz – Someone Other Than Me (Krono Remix)
Already quite established in the electronic music scene, Krono has recently released his remix of relative newcomer Drugzz’s track ‘Someone Other Than Me’. It’s layered with synths and a consistent bassline making this a feel-good track with a darker undertone.

Twenty One Pilots – Jumpsuit (Telykast Remix)

The biggest name sin the alternative music scene, Twenty One Pilots, recently released Jumpsuit to critical acclaim. Their music has always been a bottomless pit of amazing remix material, and that’s exactly why Telykast’s remix is so refreshing. It does away with the heavy guitar riffs, and instead adds a bit of future bass.

Jaguar Dreams – Dreams (Fleetwood Mac cover)

It sometimes takes years for an artist to grow into their own sound and for the masses to grow into it as well. This is not the case with Jaguar Dreams. Their debut release ‘Dreams’ is a synth-filled cover of the classic Fleetwood Mac. We’re keen to see what this group has in store for the future!

The Wombats – Cheetah Tongue (Benson Remix)

Benson’s remix of indie group The Wombats’ ‘Cheetah Tongue’ adds a lot of bass, a thumping beat and transforms the indie track into a house tune that is sure to fill clubs and dance floors throughout the world.

Alan Walker & K-391 – Ignite (Psyke Remix)
Alan Walker has had one of the most successful runs in the EDM scene since he’s started out with ‘Faded’. Psyke’s remix of ‘Ignite’ transforms the song into a raw and marching bass house tune which is sure to make you pull some faces.

Kasbo – Your Tempo (Tennyson Remix)

Another Kasbo entry on the list, but this time he is the one being remixed by none other than Tennyson. Their version completely revitalises the song as they turn it into an almost indie-pop like track, while still maintaining everything that we like about the original.

Maroon 5 – Girls Like You Ft. Cardi B (Cray Remix)

Up and coming producer Cray has put her spin on Maroon 5 and Cardi B’s smash hit, ‘Girls Like You’. She managed to keep the style of the original, while making it her own in this instant summer favourite.


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