New Remixes: Lana Del Rey – “Video Games” (by Jakwob & Etherwood, White Lies, and Jamie Woon)

 

Just in case you wanted to relive Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games” all over again, we have a few snazzy remixes to help aid the process.

Check out the uptempo mashable Jakwob Ehtherwood remixe for your bouncing pleasure, the White Lies remix for a little bit of a space odyssey, and the Jamie Woon remix just to trip you the entirely eff out.

Three distinct moments, all one song. What a wonderful Wednesday it is.

Lana Del Rey – “Video Games” (Jakwob Etherwood Remix)
 

Lana Del Rey – “Video Games” (White Lies Remix)
 

Lana Del Rey – “Video Games” (Jamie Woon Remix)
 

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Artist Spotlight: Stac + MP3s

 

UK based vocalist Stac takes no prisoners; she drops you into an alternate dimension where nothing else exists on her Blue Daisy remix of “Head On Me.” Love. She cites Erykah Badu, Lewis Taylor, Jamie Lidell, and red wine amongst her influences. Not mad at that. The Brit School trained artist has also received glowing praise from acclaimed talents Alice Russell, Mark Ronson, and Gilles Peterson. In June of last year, Stac released her debut album, Turn That Light Out, which she has subsequently turned into two remix records. Below are two free downloads from the second remix album released this past April. Many thanks to Amelia Ideh at Put Me On It for the awesome recommendation!

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GPWW 4/27/11: The First ‘All Winners’ of 2011

This is a massive 60-track collection of the best Gilles Peterson approved music released so far in 2011 – from heavy modal jazz, to indie hip-hop, to the new wave of electronic production, on which we don’t want to slap a label yet. Only the best in this edition, as every ‘Worldwide Winners’ show goes. The first hour includes an Jamie XX Remix of Adele, FaltyDL, Addison Groove, Thom Yorke with Burial & Four Tet, Dimlite. Gilles gives the Best Album of the Year title to James Blake. Later he pulls out some more GPWW staples: Jamie Woon, The Stepkids, Prommer & Barck, Cubic Zirconia, and somehow he moves from Radiohead into Chris Brown. It’s another not-to-be-missed episode of the worldwide show, All Winners 2011 special.

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Jamie Woon Video – “Lady Luck”

A good musical rule of thumb: never forget a Brownswood Bubbler. We were introduced to Jamie Woon on his track “Wayfaring Stranger,” a single off Vol 2 of the Brownswood Bubbler series (2007). Since then, he’s seen working on his debut full-length album to be released April 11th, mirrorwriting. Check out this video for the single “Lady Luck” above,  “Night Air” and a sweet “Lady Luck” remix by Hudson Mohawk.

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