There are amplified handclaps, a more etheral/haunting vocal overlay on the second verse, strings(!) in an arrangement that completely changes the way the whole “surfboardt” section rolls out.
“We’re huge fans of him. I don’t think we could have picked anybody better,” Brian Kelley said.
No Doubt are not only unafraid of remixes, but the foursome from Anaheim have reached out to top name producers to rethink the band’s first single, “Settle Down.”
With the recent explosion in EDM, Florence & The Machine’s music is perfectly suited for remixing. As proof, here are five outstanding versions with comments from Florence Welch.
Florence + The Machine premiered their latest single titled “Spectrum” just a few hours ago on Britain’s BBC Radio 1. But this particular version, due out July 8th, received some special treatment from DJ/Producer, Calvin […]
“Shorty’s so thick/she put a dent in my couch.” Those are words you might not have guessed you’d hear in a Justin Bieber song, but when the Biebs adds 2 Chainz to his remix the […]
One of the more ingenious props used in a television show in recent memory is a live cat. “Purrfect the Cat,” a white Persian can usually be found nestling in the arms of her adopted […]
Adele keeps on breaking records. Her latest coup has taken her hit single “Rolling In The Deep” all the way to the top of the digital sales charts. Billboard announced it is officially the second […]
The collaboration between Rihanna and Chris Brown that was widely speculated to be coming has made its way to the Internet — two times over. As expected Chris Brown showed up for a verse on […]
Just when you thought you heard the last of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Madonna[/lastfm] for a few days, you were wrong! RedFoo and SkyBlu of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]LMFAO[/lastfm] not only performed a medley with the Queen of Pop during […]