Posts Tagged ‘Lana Del Ray’

April 30, 2015
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/202914417/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

I’m not sure why, but my heart tends to skip a beat when I see a new remix of Lana Del Rey’s music floating around. Perhaps it’s the fact that I’ve been such a Lana fan since her early Video Games and Blue Jeans days, but I’d like to think it’s because I’m always curious to hear what various producer’s do to her unique sound, which seems to lend itself so well to all sorts of remixes, from dark to luminous, mellow to aggressive. Today, we can thank Toronto’s Tep No for crafting a chilled out, saxified tropical rendition of Ultraviolence track Florida Kilos. While dreamy and intoxicating, there’s also a nostalgic bittersweetness to the treat.

January 30, 2013
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/76829198/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Second Brookyln electronic duo post of the day! Chordashian threw together a helluva track titled Cold Nights that samples… who else, but Lana Del Rey! As if we haven’t gotten enough of her… Wait, no, I’ll never tire of her! Cold Nights samples Summertime Sadness, one of my favorite upbeat tracks from the tragedy pop songstress. But Chordashian works it so that the samples are but fleeting shadows of their former selves. The piece is reminiscent of good ol’ 90’s house music, which has made such a huge comeback in today’s popular future pop. Damn good track.

January 30, 2013
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/76829198/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Second Brookyln electronic duo post of the day! Chordashian threw together a helluva track titled Cold Nights that samples… who else, but Lana Del Rey! As if we haven’t gotten enough of her… Wait, no, I’ll never tire of her! Cold Nights samples Summertime Sadness, one of my favorite upbeat tracks from the tragedy pop songstress. But Chordashian works it so that the samples are but fleeting shadows of their former selves. The piece is reminiscent of good ol’ 90’s house music, which has made such a huge comeback in today’s popular future pop. Damn good track.