Folk / Acoustic / Singer Songwriter / Lo-Fi / Indie Rock

Ella Eyre – Waiting All Night (Acoustic)

Great acoustic version of Rudimentals uberhit “Waiting All Night” found at the end of this post. Covering herself just proves how good a vocalist she really is. You may have heard her before on Bastille’s “No Angels” track which is actually a remake of TLC. I said it before and i’ll say it again. People are killing it these days with the TLC/Janet/DC covers, remixes and interpolations. Anyways expect great things to happen to Ella in the near future. Great cover. PS where is the DL?

Ella Eyre – Waiting All Night (Acoustic)

more Ella Eyre after the jump

Bibio – You (& Take Off Your Skirt)

Multi instrumentalist Bibio is sick! Heavy laced funk & pitched soul packed into a state of the art costume and edited with the aesthetics of ADHD sound design. Warp Rec doing it all a 100% right. This has got to be one of your most talented signings. Make sure to give this guy enough room to unfold. 2nd track reminds me of Prince… nuff said.

2nd tune after the jump

Lumineers – Ho Hey (Yum Yum Version – a friendly Trap Edit)

A friendly Trap rework to not skip altogether into some American EDM or other noisy styles. Stays true to the original. Everybodys favourite song for a long moment and a half. Somehow alwys kept procacrastinating but here it is finally:


The Lumineers – Ho Hey (Yum Yum Trap Version)

Here are the lyrics as a flowchart :)

The Passengers – Let Her Go (Peer Kursiv)

Been out for a minute, and what feels like an eternity in our drafts. But the immense popularity of this song forced me to finally put it online, cause in another minute no one will be able to hear the Passengers tune anymore. Its the solid Nr 1 spot on the german charts. Ps The only bearable #1 tune in years. Good, very simple and basic rework, nothing new here, a simple and fine edit following the formula of today: Singer songwriter tune meets an electronic 4/4 beat and arrangement. Predictable but works a charme with its tastefulness. Like so often in life its the simple things.. Somebody explain to me what the difference is these days between an edit and a remix?