Friday 9 April 2010

Good Morning Good Mix

So a while back, I asked you guys to send in your mixes. To be honest, the results were practically overwhelming. Fortunately for everyone, I went through them all, and I found quite a bit of talent.

Boston's own GMGN (Good Morning Good Night) has been featured on this blog before with their remix of Ratatat's "Loud Pipes" making it all the way to #1 on the Hypem Charts. While relatively new, these two DJs sure know how to work with sound. Their original tracks are top-notch, but their mixes and remixes are simply mind-blowing.

So today I have a treat for you, sent to me directly from Ben. It has quite a few plays already in my iTunes, and at 46 minutes long, that means something - I keep coming back for more. Enjoy, because I sure know I did. The intro hooked me instantly, and the mix was so energetic and entertaining I couldn't believe it. You'll wish it were even longer.

Here's the tracklisting...

Douster – King Of Africa
Calvin Harris – Flashback (DJ Kue Remix)
Crookers ft Mike Snow – Remedy (Magik Johnson Remix)
Gramophone – Why Don’t You
Gorillaz – Stlyo (Alex Metric Remix)
Simian Mobile Disco – It’s The Beat (Shit Robot Remix)
Jump Jump Dance Dance – Show Me The Night (Grum Remix)
The Yank – We Can’t Be Stop
Ratatat – Loud Pipes (GMGN Remix)
Bag Raiders – Turbo Love (Light Years Remix)
Don Diablo – Too Cool For School (GMGN Cheeky Edit)
Uffie – MC’s Can Kiss (Zombie Disco Squad)
C-Code – Burning Up In Here (Rubix Remix)
Ducksauce – aNYway (Black Noise Disco Mix)
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool – Dance the Way I Feel (Armand Van Helden Remix)

And as a bonus, a remix they sent me of The Brothers Johnson's famous "Stomp." Can you remember the famous house jam that sampled this? ;)

The Brothers Johnson - Stomp (GMGN Remix)

So be sure to check out GMGN on MySpace, and of course, their blog.

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Nite said...


Attack Yourself! said...

Hey, did you guys get that minimix I sent you? :)

LRNT said...

Nice mix by gmgn, too bad that this douster track's being overused since 3/4 months :s

Mr. Brown said...

Haha, didn't I post the Douster track about 4 months ago? (one could only dream...)

OrphansSTHLM said...

Funky as hell. Gramophondzie and Gorillaz fit together like a glove. Though I have to say that it amazes me that i haven't seen Turbo Love mixed with Uncle Bakongos "Makonde". Those two tracks are made for each other. In an act of narcissim I'll just post a link to a mix me and my friend made a while ago, containing Turbo Love and Makonde: