Jun 2009
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Good Ol’ Times

I just love browsing my iTunes music library for hours, rediscovering tracks and artists I have completely forgotten. Some of these tracks are quite old by now, thought you might like them anyway.

First, I’ve got an amazing remix by Stanton Warriors: Crosses by José González, an incredibly beautiful song, turned into a more club-friendly track. Attention, it’s highly addictive. Seriously. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

José González – Crosses (Stanton Warriors Remix)

Always fun to write genre-crossing posts: I guess y’all have heard of The Count Of Monte Cristal aka Hervé, he’s been ripping up dancefloors for years. Here’s a little, funny track called Dibby DJ. Definitely a feel-good-song, I have to warn you again: You might find yourselves singing along to it quickly.

The Count Of Monte Cristal – Dibby DJ

Next genre, a bit mainstreamish, perhaps: Epic 9 minutes (!) rework of Nelly Furtado’s Maneater, featuring massive synths, build-ups and drops for the crowd. I’ve never been into pop music, but this is definitely an earworm. (Admit it, kiddos, you liked her as well!)

Nelly Furtado – Maneater (Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix Part 2)

Again completely different: Bucovina, a gipsy-style track from Eastern Europe, remixed by UK producer Ian Oliver. Enough for today I’d say. Have a nice week, kiddos.

Shantel – Bucovina (Ian Oliver’s Clubovina Mix)