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.
To help get you through this Sunday we have a soft-flowing Maribou State remix of George Maple’s “Fixed,” a deep rendition of Justin Timberlake’s “Suit and Tie” by Four Tet, groovy nu disco track “Heartstrings” by Mickey featuring Jeremy Glenn, a Bixel Boys remix of Michael Jackson’s classic tune “P.Y.T,” and finally an Aeroplane take on Robbie William’s “Bodies.”
If you’re looking for more slowed-down pieces from this past week check out Maceo Plex’ “Galactic Cinema,” the MK remix of Chris Malinchak’s “So Good To Me,” Treasure Finger’s “Cloud Life,” Muramasa’s “Midas Touch,” Ali Love’s “Emperor,” Danny Daze’s “The Calm” EP and The Knocks remix of Goldroom’s “Only You Can Show Me.”
London’s Maribou State deliver an emotional, downtempo number featuring the vocals of George Maple who has also been heard on Flume and Flight Facilities’ recent efforts.
Four Tet turns the pop chart-topper “Suit and Tie” into an eerily hypnotic rendition chopping Justin’s vocals into a relaxed loop with a drum-laden sound.
Belgian producer Mickaël Bursztejn delivers a bouncy, feel good disco track complete with tropical percussion and a 90s vibe featuring Canadian Jeremy Glenn on vocals.
LA’s Bixel Boys give away a free download of a grooved up version of Michael Jackson’s “P.Y.T” adding a little speed and bounce, but leaving the original nicely in tact.
Aeroplane, the Belgian master of nu disco, adds a blissful melody to Robbie William’s chopped up vocals complete with retro synths and a groovy undertones.