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S. Maharba – “French Maid” (Extended 12″ Version)

S. Maharba has been everywhere thanks to the proactive work from BTS and Streets of Beige, and the newly minted BTS Records have thrown an extended cut from his self-titled LP on 300 hand-numbered translucent 12″. The vinyl is also coming backed with a remix by Vienna’s The Clonious, and is now available at the BTS Shop. I still don’t think enough people know about this guy so I’m including […]

January 25th, 2012  |  Published in Music  |  2 Comments


S.Maharba – “Afternoon” (Young Montana Remix)

Young Montana has remixed S.Maharba‘s “Afternoon” for the forthcoming S.Maharba: Remixed album that will be out next month on BTS Records. Other remixers include Shigeto, Dibiase, and Mike Slott, and this sprawling six-minute opus from Montana has got us real excited for everything else in store. Look out for the record everywhere on February 19.

January 21st, 2013  |  Published in Music


Young Magic – “Night In The Ocean” (S.Maharba Serpent Love Song Remix)

There is a translucent quality to S. Maharba‘s rework of Young Magic‘s “Night In The Ocean”, contrasting and enlivening the static nature of the original. Emotively deep washes of reverb enhance YM‘s vocals, further defining Maharba with these hues of soft focus. I’m also loving Young Magic‘s use of visuals from The Color Of Pomegranates (which you must check out) in their video for “Drawing Down The Moon”. Melt was […]

February 22nd, 2012  |  Published in Music, video  |  1 Comment


Wu Lyf – “We Bros” (Young Montana? | S.Maharba Remix)

Young Montana? and S.Maharba have reworked Wu Lyf‘s We Bros into their own pieces of merit. Both producers are able to absorb Wu into their respective sounds, establishing new and intriguing connections with the original source material. You’re going to have to chill with these remixes on their soundclouds until the vinyl is released on November 8th. WU LYF – We Bros (Young Montana? Remix) WU LYF – We Bros […]

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September 26th, 2011  |  Published in Music