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7 incredible, eclectic remixes you NEED to hear right now

From Mabel to Sinead Harnett, we've curated a unique playlist just for you

4th Nov 2016

Friday is the global release day for music, so we’re serving you up with seven incredible, eclectic tracks that are sure to make your mind go boom. Here are the tracks:

1. CRYBABY, ABRA (Iglooghost Remix): Atlanta songstress ABRA recently released a new self-directed video for her song ‘Pull Up’. The video was filmed in New York and sees the singer share an uninhibited night of fun and risk.

2. Nobody Else, Full Crate x Mar. (DJ eSENRiK Remix): Full Crate is a DJ from Amsterdam. He is widely known for his soulful, electronic influenced music and regularly collaborates with Mar, as well as acting as a curator on the music platform ‘22tracks’.

3. Send Me Out, Kelela (Girl Unit Remix): Talented, opinionated, and labelled as one of the future stars of RnB, the artist has collaborated with the likes of Teengirl Fantasy, Total Freedom and Solange Knowles.

4. No Other Way - Sinead Harnett (Barecubs Remix): The smooth English vocalist released her self-titled EP earlier this year featuring the smash hit ‘if you let me’, a collaboration with popular producer GRADES.

5. Thinking Of You - Mabel (Stefan Ponce Remix): The daughter of the iconic Neneh Cherry, Mabel was raised in Malaga, Spain and Stockholm, Sweden before settling in London. Last year she released her debut single Know Me Better and has been on the rise since then.

6. Good Together - HONNE (Jarami Remix): The British duo recently released the visuals for the original version of this song. The video featured sensual depictions of love in a manner that showed that love itself has no boundaries and can’t be confined by gender, age or orientation.

7. It’s Gonna Come - Melody Gardot (FKJ Remix): FKJ experiments with Jazz singer Melody Gardot’s track. The 30 year old Philadelphian singer Gardot has built a reputation over the years as a sophisticated singer-songwriter.

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