|Nicolas Jaar remixes Random Access Memories|
2013-06-21 by Olivier De Clercq | 14 Replies | 1146 Views
American, by way of Chile, producer Nicolas Jaar has fully reworked, remixed and revamped the musical event of the year so far: Daft Punk's Random Access Memories. Under the utterly clever guise of Daftside - he's getting help from his Darkside sideproject buddy Dave Harrington after all - he transforms the French duo's throwback to '70s studio wizardry into a thrilling laidback funkfest.
Listen to the record in full, below:
Uhh wow didn't like much of RAM but this should be awesome.
interesting. listened to some of his dj mixes really impressive esp. boiler room mix. will check
Digging: Akkord - Akkord
digging this more than the original so far. though to be fair I never gave the original its due time.
Digging: Neil Davidge - Halo 4 Original Soundtrack
This is soooo much better than the original. What he did with snoozer Game Of Love is astounding! It has been on constant repeat since he dropped it.
I demand a vinyl release
Digging: Burial - Rival Dealer
"This is soooo much better than the original. What he did with snoozer Game Of Love is astounding!"
Would you say he...
gave life back to the music?
I honestly have no idea how any of you like this.
Because it's amazing?
fuck off and die
listen to the new Witxes 
Digging: Symptom - Opulent Atrocity
I may do that, what's Witxes like?
dark ambient that can be oddly warm at times
no relation to Nicolas but that's base for ya heh