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 the final day of Ultra and MMW which means it’s time to go big or go home. For those who need a little TLC to help rejuvenate them before one more day out, we have you covered. This Sunday we start with a funky Plastic Plates remix of Para One’s “Every Little Thing,” moving on to a brand new Flight Facilities mashup “Feeling for Rosa,” to a Wax Nostalgic chilled out version of Local Native’s “Who Knows Who Cares,” to a soft Ejeca piano reword of Bicep & Ejeca’s “You,” ending with a feel good Monitor 66 tune “Triscuits.”
Uploaded yesterday, LA’s Felix Blossom a.k.a Plastic Plates twists the vocal of the original track into a groovy nu-disco rework capable of bringing summertime rays back into your life.
Decade rejuvenators Flight Facilities release on of their most popular mash ups from recent mixes, encapsulating 1999 by mixing Cassius’ classic tune “Feeling For You” with Outkast’s “Rosa Parks.”
Toronto based Wax Nostalgic captures the essence of chillwave by adding a pulsating bass-line to the indie rock vibe of California’s Local Natives’ beautiful “Who Knows Who Cares”
UK’s Ejeca works in a piano-latent beat to the soft melodic rhythm of the original turning it into a deep sultry tune.
Swedish duo Monitor 66 created genre ‘blissco’ evident in the bouncy rifts drawn out by deep funky bass lines inspired by sunsets.