Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Luce’

April 30, 2014
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Let’s call it a night with one more sensational, spine tingling remix. Young San Francisco producer Andrew Luce has been wowing me with some mad remixes of songs by popular artists including 50 Cent and The Weeknd’s version of Drunk In Love. His latest specimen is Lana Del Rey’s sadcore ballad Carmen. He really turns up on the bass and the percolating, rolling synths, giving Carmen a whole new extra sassy trap makeover.

March 19, 2014
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Musical talent sure runs young these days, ranging from amazing artists like Lorde to brilliant young producers, like this one. Andrew Luce is only 16, but his trap flips are super fresh and filthy sweet. Check out his delicious flip of The Weeknd’s remix of Beyonce’s Drunk In Love. SO SICK. One of my favorite remixes of the day, for sure! Also, check out his new remix of 50 Cent’s Candy Shop below. I was a little cautious when I first tuned in, since Candy Shop is WAY overplayed at every party and club everywhere this past decade, but Andrew Luce’s remix gave it new life for me. 

March 19, 2014
http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/136892594/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Musical talent sure runs young these days, ranging from amazing artists like Lorde to brilliant young producers, like this one. Andrew Luce is only 16, but his trap flips are super fresh and filthy sweet. Check out his delicious flip of The Weeknd’s remix of Beyonce’s Drunk In Love. SO SICK. One of my favorite remixes of the day, for sure! Also, check out his new remix of 50 Cent’s Candy Shop below. I was a little cautious when I first tuned in, since Candy Shop is WAY overplayed at every party and club everywhere this past decade, but Andrew Luce’s remix gave it new life for me.