I transcribed these nicely chill remixes picked from Spin Magazine. It makes a great party track!
From the original article:
This year, remixes ruled. DJ Snake slung AlunaGeorge’s “You Know You Like It” to the top of Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Songs chart by subbing treble for subtle bass, and Felix Jaehn turnt up OMI’s sun-dappled “Cheerleader” just enough for the Jamaican-American’s jam to be deemed Song of the Summer.
Behind the Top 40 noise, other producers quietly plugged away in their studios or behind the decks to put their spin the year’s lesser-sung hits: Skylar Spence strobe-lit Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Your Type,” Zola Jesus laid her richly haunted vocals atop John Carpenter’s non-musical score “Night,” and Nicolas Jaar even further warped Florence + the Machine’s tortured “What Kind of Man.”
Slip on your dancing shoes before checking out the songs of summer (and all the other seasons), reworked for the dance floor.