This is the latest from Centercourse. After hearing the acapella Ben and I felt the need to set some heavy beats behind it in our own rendition of the Foo Fighters’ “Best of You”.
Centercourse is back in swing and this is our latest banger. Zero 7 seemed a perfect remix for introducing our newer, harder sound through a familiar track that downtempo enthusiasts know and love. Enjoy and download it free here.
DJ Rap and I got a hold of the multitrack masters of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and decided to wrap it up in electro. ala Dirtyloud, this track was a blast to make because I got to flex my Drum&Bass bones with heavier, dirtier synths and also opened up for a lot of edits.
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Just finished a remix for Jeremih’s latest track “Under”. Went with a really gritty synth line for the bass on this to give the flavor of the lyric an edgier feel. Added some harmonies to the vocal to support the new chords, laced in some DnB flavor, and double/half timed the choruses/verses.
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Just finished a slew of house remixes for Impropa recording artist Mark Campbell. Mark makes some really killer house and breaks and he’s a staple in the Seattle club scene. Each these mixes kind of took on a life of their own, hope it does you justice Mark.
For this mix I stripped it down and gave the vocal a more aggressive feel using darker chord changes and edgier synths. Layered with a ragga beat, I’m very pleased with how this turned out (So was Dizzee).