Nicolas Jaar remixes Random Access Memories

2013-06-21 by Olivier De Clercq | 14 Comments
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:
https://soundcloud.com/daftside-2/sets/random-access-memories-1

Tagged: Daft Punk

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TMobotron
June 21st 2013
7221 Comments


Uhh wow didn't like much of RAM but this should be awesome.

Rev
June 21st 2013
9711 Comments


NEED

bigguytoo9
June 21st 2013
303 Comments


Sounds good!

gosk8n
June 21st 2013
1080 Comments


interesting. listened to some of his dj mixes really impressive esp. boiler room mix. will check

GringoSuave89
June 22nd 2013
1103 Comments


digging this more than the original so far. though to be fair I never gave the original its due time.

clercqie
June 22nd 2013
6515 Comments


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

TMobotron
June 22nd 2013
7221 Comments


"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?

clercqie
June 22nd 2013
6515 Comments


ZING

GeoffJesterPemberton
June 22nd 2013
209 Comments


I honestly have no idea how any of you like this.

clercqie
June 23rd 2013
6515 Comments


Because it's amazing?

none
June 23rd 2013
1100 Comments


fuck off and die

Keyblade
June 23rd 2013
18835 Comments


listen to the new Witxes [2]

TMobotron
June 23rd 2013
7221 Comments


I may do that, what's Witxes like?

Keyblade
June 23rd 2013
18835 Comments


dark ambient that can be oddly warm at times

no relation to Nicolas but that's base for ya heh



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