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Rex Riot likes to dance

So I don’t produce a lot of the mainstream club house stuff, but a while ago I thought I’d give it a try.  I never really finished the track, but it’s close, I need to fix the kick drum and a coupple of things in the builds before I’ll really be happy.  So on that note: LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!  Comment, or email me or something, I can always use the input.

LISTEN: Sideways

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the fountain remixed

So a while ago there was a remix contest thing for one of the songs from “The Fountain“.  If you haven’t seen the movie, you should, it’s incredible.  Darren Aronofsky was behind it, the same guy that made “Pi” and “Requiem for a Dream”.  At any rate, the music is equally impressive.  It was written by Clint Mansell, and preformed by the Kronos Quartet and Mogwai, all of whom are fucking incredible.  It’s a sort of coherent classical score all the way through, with varying degrees of rock instrumentation.  Just buy it, you’ll be happy.

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Anyway,  they put up the multitracks of one of the songs, “Stay With Me”, so that people could remix it and post it back up on the site.  I don’t think there was a reward or anything, but i did it anyway.  The problem was, I was kind of behind the bandwagon on this, so they had abandoned the site by the time I was done.  Anyway, I like my version, so I’m putting it up here for people to listen to.

LISTEN: Stay With Me (Rex Riot Remix)

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$low lori$

Here is a preview of the most recent project that I’ve been involved with.  It’s called “$low lori$”, after this tight ass animal.  The music is mainly dance remixes, but not cop-out dance remixes, I think we’ve done a good job of putting a new spin on it.  CHECK IT OUT!  This one is a remix of “Agenda Suicide” by The Faint.  There’s more to come.

LISTEN TO: The Quaint

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