The Sound of Summer

Absolutely gorgeous slinky psychedelic cover version from Yuna, with a sound that Lana Del Ray aimed for and missed. The original version was a laid back track from The Brothers Johnson in 1971, and you can guess what a Strawberry Letter is.

Kate Bush remixed – An Architect’s Dream (Boogitron Bootleg)

This is how I get my studio tan – by remixing Kate Bush. A chance meeting of the minds lead to this jaunty little version of the sensual slow-burner from the album Aerial, Kate’s great comeback. You probably know the track, but you won’t have heard it quite like this before. Now you can sing into your hairbrush when you get ready for the live shows coming up next month.

Tomorrow’s Never New

The fantastic Mr Leftside Wobble created this remix or re-edit of The Beatles oddity Tomorrow Never Knows, the ancient track which has influenced everyone from The Chemical Brothers to the ‘baggy’ Manchester bands of the 1980s. Sounds like The Beatles had access to a Tardis, doesn’t it? For more of the marvellous Mr. Wobble, check him out here on Soundcloud.