Posts Tagged ‘You Haunt Me’

November 25, 2014
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For awhile, a long stream of remixes kept rolling in for Sir Sly’s You Haunt Me, the title track off the Los Angeles act’s debut album. I’ve shared several dope trap remixes in the past, but how about a deep house remix by UK duo My Digital Enemy? Their remix was first previewed during Pete Tong’s BBCR1 Radio Show and they’ve finally released the full version. The pumping, mesmerizing club banger remix is out on Cherrytree Records / Interscope Records.

October 4, 2014
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Yes, I know I just shared an amazing chill trap remix of Sir Sly’s You Haunt Me yesterday, by RAEKO, but here I am again, having been impressed by this whomping remix of the tune by newcomers Washington, D.C. duo SoySauce. Their version of my favorite song off Sir Sly’s debut album is a triumphant, skittery, bass heavy listen, less shimmery and atmospheric than RAEKO’s, more filthy, reminding me more of HudMo and RL Grime. 

October 4, 2014
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Yes, I know I just shared an amazing chill trap remix of Sir Sly’s You Haunt Me yesterday, by RAEKO, but here I am again, having been impressed by this whomping remix of the tune by newcomers Washington, D.C. duo SoySauce. Their version of my favorite song off Sir Sly’s debut album is a triumphant, skittery, bass heavy listen, less shimmery and atmospheric than RAEKO’s, more filthy, reminding me more of HudMo and RL Grime. 

October 1, 2014
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I happen to have been enjoying Los Angeles indie trio Sir Sly’s debut album You Haunt Me very much since it’s recent release, and one of several favorite tracks off the album is the title track. I nearly want to sing along with it everytime I hear it, off the album, on radio station Live 105, or when I saw Sir Sly live. I also would like to thank producer RAEKO for remixing the track and creating a far darker and shimmery chill trap soundscape out of the tune. Haunting, indeed, and right up my ambient future trap loving alley.

October 1, 2014
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I happen to have been enjoying Los Angeles indie trio Sir Sly’s debut album You Haunt Me very much since it’s recent release, and one of several favorite tracks off the album is the title track. I nearly want to sing along with it everytime I hear it, off the album, on radio station Live 105, or when I saw Sir Sly live. I also would like to thank producer RAEKO for remixing the track and creating a far darker and shimmery chill trap soundscape out of the tune. Haunting, indeed, and right up my ambient future trap loving alley.

July 31, 2014
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Los Angeles indie alt pop trio Sir Sly is gearing up to release their debut album You Haunt Me on September 16, via Cherrytree/Interscope. As the day approaches, they’re unveiling some new tunes, and the latest treat is the title track off the album, an infectious, upbeat anthem, almost as catchy as their gritty song Gold, which first placed them square on my music map a year ago. Revisit Gold below.

July 31, 2014
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Los Angeles indie alt pop trio Sir Sly is gearing up to release their debut album You Haunt Me on September 16, via Cherrytree/Interscope. As the day approaches, they’re unveiling some new tunes, and the latest treat is the title track off the album, an infectious, upbeat anthem, almost as catchy as their gritty song Gold, which first placed them square on my music map a year ago. Revisit Gold below.