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Proper Villians can do no wrong. Love this guy.

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Great remix and some sick vocals

Now that I got you hooked on the remixes from the previous post check out the orignal hot hot hot video.

And to take it up even another notch, check out the making of video…

Chromeo return with a special edition of their new single, ‘Hot Mess,’ featuring a vocal collaboration with La Roux’s Elly Jackson. This new version has been remixed by Duck Sauce, the breakthrough side project of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, fresh off the success of their Prince of Tides-inspired single ‘Barbara Streisand.’

via Discobelle

From the maker of the SlapChop comes the best Vince parody video I have ever seen in my life. Epic!

(Via Consumerist.)

BL&G (Bootleggers & Gangsters) have a new D&B remix of Kate Perry’s hit single “I Kissed a Girl” the shit is hot. Listen to it now.. Now. do it!

BL&G – I Kissed A Girl (zshare)

(Via Discobelle.net.)

Great interview with Kingdom from Trash Menagerie. Click the link for the full interview and some awesome track.

TM Exclusive – Kingdom Interview: “For those readers who don’t know as much about the work you do, could you share a brief ‘coming-of-age’ about your life as a DJ? How did you come to New York, and what has your work involved up until now?

I moved to NYC when I was 18 to study at Parsons School of Design, and I’ve also remained very connected to Massachusetts, where I grew up. I wasn’t DJing while I was in school, but I was in a rave performance troupe / band with my friends from MA called Memoreis Forever. We did summer tours in 2003 and 2004. I made the beats and did production for the group, and we had a song called Kingdom actually, thats how I got the name when I started working solo. Then around 2006 I did my first party which was a Hip Hop party called Not Straigh Outta Compton. My friends and I threw it in this tiny club behind a liquor store on Graham Ave. in Williamsburg. That technically wasn’t a DJ gig though because we all wanted to be on the floor the whole night, so we would make mix CDs and just let them play. It was the funnest party I’ve ever been to. It’s amazing how much fun it is to be at a party with no DJ to focus on, just dancing. My first real DJ gig was in 2007 when Telfar invited me to play at his party Something Tight (first Thursdays at Happy Ending), that’s where I learned to DJ and I still do that party with him now.”

(Via TRASH MENAGERIE.)

Ever since Reid has left the NY for the sunny west coast we at Nubloom have tried to track down every mix she produces so we can get a taste back of that classic Reid sound.

So here again, is another awesome mix by Reid herself to help us cope with the back to school season

[audio:https://nubloom.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/reid_mix.pngblog_mixes/reid speed- back%20to%20school%20mix%201.mp3]
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Rick Astley

Palm’s Out is one of my favorite music blogs for many reasons, but a big one this week is because of this awesome awesome track.

Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up (Solly Remix)
[audio:http://palmsout.net/music/remixsunday/104/Never%20Gonna%20Give%20You%20Up%20%28Solly%20Remix%29.mp3%5D
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and of course this track originally by my old boss Moby remixed by NYC Bass Heavyweight Drop the Lime

Moby – Alice (Drop the Lime Remix)
[audio:http://palmsout.net/music/remixsunday/104/Alice%20%28Drop%20The%20Lime%20Heavy%20Bass%20Remix%29.mp3%5D
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