I have no idea who Style of Eye or Slagsmålsklubben are, but this wonderful track is called Homeless, and as usual comes courtesy of RCRD LBL.
Were you suffering from a lack of Swedish pop music? Great, me too.
Courtesy of Mixmag, then, here’s Into the Clouds by Sound of Arrows. For some reason I can’t embed it, but it seems to be perfectly accessible via that there link.
And here’s their page on RCRD LBL, which is also overflowing with goodies: their page on RCRD LBL.
Australian group Van She have allowed themselves to be remixed by the literally crazy Mad Professor, on their excellent song Jamaica. See here:
Also, poke around on RCRD LBL, and you’ll find a load of remixes that they have done for other people too.
This week, a previously unreleased version of their 1998 hit Valentina via their official website here (you’ll have to log in).
Exclusive! Slightly edited version of the Golden Filter remix of I’ve Got Your Music, via Stereogum.
You’ll also find some of their spare shizzle on RCRD LBL – here’s No Cure for the Common Christmas, here’s a remix what they done, and here’s another one (the latter is truly exceptional and highly recommended).
Another act about whom I know very little of use, except that he’s done some great remixes for Depeche Mode and Little Boots, which can be downloaded for free from RCRD LBL alongside a couple of extremely good tracks of his own. See here.
I don’t really know anything useful about Nina Sky, except that I really like this track – remixed by someone called Eli Escobar, you can grab a track called Day Dreaming completely for free from RCRD LBL here.
If you like that as much as I do, then have a poke around on the website and you’ll find more tracks featuring her as the vocalist.
I’m not sure if you caught his brilliant last album The Devil’s Walk or my review of it here a few weeks back? Either way, you can grab a couple of free tasters from that album and his current one from RCRD LBL. I would particularly recommend his own dub mix of Candil de la Calle.
You can also grab his version of Moby‘s Pale Horses for free from here.