Best of 2011: Remixes [Top 11]


Looks like 2011 is almost coming to an end.
Looks like various sites have been doing their Best of 2011 list.
I still haven’t finished compiling my list of singles and albums that came out in 2011.
But for now, here is my Top 11 list of the best remixes.
This is the first time I’ve done this.
Hope you like it.

    1. Adele – Rolling In the Deep (Jamie xx Shuffle)

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Yes this remix came out in January of 2011. Is this a dubstep remix?
What a way for Jamie XX to slow down Adele’s vocals to sound like a man.

    1. BraidsGlass Deers (Teen Daze Remix)


Love this dreamy upbeat remix.

    1. Young GalaxyWe Have Everything (Blue Hawaii Buh Buh Remix)


Blue Hawaii’s remix made this feel like I am on a beach. Taken from the “We Have Everything EP” which is free to download and includes other remixes from Cotton Mouth, Grimes, Adam and the Amethysts and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.

    1. AustraLose It (Young Galaxy Remix)

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Young Galaxy made this remix very East Asian!

    1. AdeleSet Fire To The Rain (Thomas Gold Remix)


This is one scorcher of a remix. Turning from a epic ballad to a epic dancefloor remix

    1. Jessie J feat. B.o.B – Price Tag (Benny Page Remix)

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D&B all the way in this remix!

    1. Coldplay – Paradise (Fedde Le Grande Remix)

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Coldplay and remixes would be weird. But I actually like this one.

    1. GrimesCrystal Ball (Doldrum Remix)


This is one wildest and craziest remix this year.

    1. Foster The PeoplePumped Up Kicks (Gigamesh Remix)


A decent remix from the most overplayed songs of 2011.

    1. RadioheadSeparator (Jamie xx Rework)


Like this remix, very dark and unexpected.

    1. tUnE-yArDsGangsta (Adrock Remix)

tUnE-yArDs Release New Single and Adrock Remix
This is one cool remix!

Happy Holidays!
More to come for the Best of 2011.
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Comments

  1. Molly

    Adele’s 19 was strong. 21 is simply timeless. In the past two years, Adele has refined and reinvented her unique sound that always puts her aching yet powerful vocals and lyrics at the forefront. These are songs that could have been released in the 60s as easily as 30 years from now. Adele has injected her trademark piano ballads with the best from several different musical genres including Americana roots and country, r&b, blues and gospel. The music is exciting and simply is. It lives, breathes. I played a couple songs for my mom, who at forty years older than I, generally criticizes my music taste, and the first thing she said was “Wow, this girl really knows how to write a story–those songs are beautiful.”

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