DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine
Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections — old and new — in an attempt to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.
Today is St.Patty’s Day and the third day of Ultra, which leaves little reason to have a mellow day but for those who simply can’t make it out another day, we’ve got you covered. This week we start things of with Goldroom‘s new release “Only You Can Show Me,” followed by a Kaytranada remix of Janet Jackson’s “If,” spanning into Satin Jacket’s “Aalyah’s Boat,” to a sultry Rami Deejay remix of Jerk House Connection’s “New York Style” and ending with a trip back in time with the DJ Agent 86 remix of Pink Floyd’s “The Wall.”
If you’re looking for more music on the deeper side of things check out our posts this week including Four Tet’s minimal masterpiece “Four These Times,” Italian duo Tale of Us preview “Another Earth,” the smooth Aeroplane remix of Kimbra’s “Two Way Street,” Hot Since 82 & Habischman “Leave Me,” Jupiter Jazz minimal and deep mixture “Booty Jazz,” and the Ejeca nu-disco take of Russ Chimes’ “Turn Me Out.”
Goldroom once again translates summer into song through an up-beat nu-disco piece featuring the vocals of L.A singer Mereki. The island percussion and spinning synths create a perfect chill Sunday vibe.
Montreal based Kaytranada takes Janet Jackson’s luscious R&B track “If” and adds deep rifts and a tantalizing vibe making it rich with sultry grooves.
Talented German nu-disco producers Satin Jackets rerub Aaliyah’s “Rock the Boat” into groovy lounge-house fit with waves of rhythm and soul.
Rami Deejay takes on Jerk House Connection’s “New York Style” by adding a jazzy vibe and delicate ambiance. The soft-piano melody riffs on top an alluring beat capturing the essence of the city.
DJ Agent 86 takes on one of the most influential songs of the seventies “The Wall” by infusing funk lapsed with deep base. If you’re into classic rock re-works check out Flight Facilities decade mixes.