Listen now: Buro 24/7 Middle East's Weekend Playlist
Thursday is here and it's that glorious time of the week again, when you get to stack your library with a new collection of fresh tunes and coast on through to the weekend. Our favourite producers continue to turn up the heat and keep our bodies moving.
This week, Talul kicks us off with the deep vibes of Sasch's Take A Message, a combination you don't want to miss. Next up we have got a new take on Shy Girls' Second Heartbeat by Karl Kling, The Golden Pony performs some magical work on Flume & Chet Faker's Drop The Game. Washed out gives us disco madness and tears it up on a fresh remix of Moby's Almost Home, and a reworked Honesty from the Editors courtesy of German electronic producer Dinner Date.
We are really feeling all of the energetic, summetime vibes with this collection, and are sure you will too. Happy musical weekends and enjoy!
Hailing from Italy, music maker Sasch, takes us on an electronic journey with his deep house original mix track Take A Message. With raspy synthesised vocals and a hardcore back beat, this song creates the perfect combination of relaxed vibes and happy thoughts.
1. Sasch – Take A Message (Talul Remix) by STEYOYOKE
Portland-based Karl Kling remixes Shy Girls emotional electronic balled, Second Heartbeat. The song provides the right amount of sweet lyrics and a techno-base that will get you singing and dancing at the sime time.
2. Shy Girls – Second Heartbeat (Karl Kling Mix) Ext by Karl Kling
This Golden Pony Remix of Drop The Game is infused with new jazz instruments like the saxaphone and a pumped up electronic base. The orginal song by Australian electronic musician Flume and Chet Faker was released last year and became a smash-hit as soon as it hit the internet and radio stations.
3. Flume & Chet Faker – Drop The Game (The Golden Pony Remix) by The Golden Pony
Taken from the recently released Moby album, Innocents, Almost Home has been given a hazy rework by US producer Washed Out. The Georgia native adds texture upon texture, merging the classical strings of the song with house beats and a steady bass to create a calm, hypnotic journey of a tune.
4. Track Premiere: Moby – Almost Home (Washed Out Remix) by i-D
Based in Germany, electronic group Dinnerdate have reworked the alternative English rock band the Editors single, Honesty. The new melody is deeper and will put you in a state of musical trance.
5. Editors – Honesty (Dinnerdate Remix) by dinnerdate.