Posts Tagged ‘Post Malone’

April 6, 2018

Post Malone’s viral tracks have proven themselves to be fine fodder for remixes of all kinds. A new producer on our radar from Boston named Adam Fine gives further weight to that realization by dropping off a percolating take on Psycho. Crisp jouncing beats and deep rumbling bass give Psycho a whole lot of vibrant pop on the brilliantly energized flip. Adam Fine’s atmospheric and rich interpretation of Psycho is lavishly astounding, and it’s a free download, here.

February 13, 2018

This one’s been making the rounds for nearly a week to much praise and love, so I’m guessing a lot of you have been enjoying the track already. Nonetheless, this genius remix of Post Malone’s I Fall Apart (and yes, there have been an endless stream of new I Fall Apart remixes these past couple of weeks) is a must share. Brilliant Dallas producer Medasin has put together an organic whirring future trap edit of the track permeated with beautiful nature sounds. We don’t normally associate Post Malone with the great outdoors, but this visionary remix makes us question everything we know. As someone we loves connecting with nature, I find myself inspired to take a late night walk under an immense night sky. There, I can feel the sheer size of the universe and remember how small my worries are. In a way, Medasin’s Fall Apart puts us back together. Catch the producer on his IRENE tour this month, details, here.

January 28, 2018

Shhh… don’t tell Post Malone, that dude is pretty cool, but I just might love this remix of I Fall Apart even more than the original. BKAYE has given the track a high flying, vast soaring, heart sweeping remix, and it feels me with sanguine wonder and a sudden urge to climb the highest peak in the bay so I can gaze out upon the world in all its glorious beauty. It’s a rather sharp contrast to some of the anguished lyrics found on the original, but it also feels very much like a message of hope. BKAYE promises a bunch of new music coming soon. In the meantime, we’re riding to the heavens on the back of this progressive house and future bass styled re-imagining of I Fall Apart. Download the remix, here.

November 29, 2017

Austin Richard Post, better known to the world as Post Malone, seems to be the man of the hour these days. He isn’t just the edgy rapper who gave us White Iverson anymore. He’s that guest celebrity on Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. He’s the dude the camera keeps cutting to at the American Music Awards. East Coast production duo Wet Paint pays homage to the Syracuse artist with a resplendent future bass remix of his hit single I Fall Apart. The pair, who draw much influence from Odesza and Keys N Krates, incorporates a lavish amount of instrumentals and electronic elements on their sleek stuttering, palatial sweeping, and symphonic lush edit. Grab Wet Paint’s exultant remix, here.

November 2, 2017

Norwegian wunderkind Jerry Folk has been proving himself a production chameleon lately with his flips. He takes on Post Malone for his latest track, demonstrating how much of a ‘rocksta’r he really is. Post Malone’s Rockstar gets a funky yet gritty re-working that brings to mind Pretty Lights. He even enlisted his buddy Heavy Mellow on wicked funk guitar. Download the track for free, here. If you missed Jerry Folk’s take on Justin Bieber’s Boyfriend, be sure to check it out, here.

September 26, 2017

I know this one’s been thrilling ears for well over a week, but in case you missed this “dynamite” new version of one of Lorde’s many fine tunes off Melodrama, we’re going to hop into her star studded remix of Homemade Dynamite. And by star studded, I mean immensely talented cameos all around! Texan R&B sensation Khalid, ever popular trend setter Post Malone, and seductive chanteuse SZA join Lorde on this energetic marching future bass rendition of the song. It’s no wonder it’s um, “blowing” up.

June 9, 2017

Australian producer Just A Gent is well known for his ace remixing skills. The future bass guru dropped a phenomenal re-work of Post Malone’s Congratulations yesterday under his Just A Tune moniker, and it’s an absolute banger. His Congratulations is a shivering, quivering, skin-tingling wall of deliriously flickering chill trap, or “trill trap” as he calls it, yet it all flows so smoothly. That is, until you get to the final gritty jouncing minute, a moment of pure exhilaration. Download the track for free, here.

January 20, 2017

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January 19, 2017

Burning Man may be newcomer Watt’s first single, but you might recall his impassioned voice from SNBRN’s Beat The Sunrise, on which he was credited as Andrew Watt. He makes a searing heater of a debut on Burning Man, a jagged snarling seducer featuring Post Malone on guest vocals. Gritty alt rock and granular hip hop strut and prance with assured confidence on this sharp bristling burner. The Los Angeles based artist and producer previously collaborated with Post Malone on Feeling Whitney from his recent album, and he also played guitar for Post’s performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live prior to reuniting on Burning Man. As Watt, he’s ready to light us all on fire. In fact, he already has. You can find the song now on iTunes.

January 27, 2016

It feels like yesterday that Portland’s Grace Mitchell dazzled me live during her San Francisco debut at Popscene, but it was actually over a month past, since it was Popscene’s holiday gala. That’s how strongly the singer songwriter’s dashing tunes and spunky charisma resonated. I’m eager to see what she has up her sleeves for 2016, having released a stellar EP in 2015 named Raceday. While we wait for some new originals, Grace Mitchell presents a swirling cover of Post Malone’s White Iverson, infusing the song with a sultry smokiness. It’s a captivating performance of a song that has been omnipresent for much time now.