Ayumi Hamasaki Trance Album Complete Edition

Ayumi Hamasaki's Trance Remix Albums Get the Reissues They Deserve

Before Dawn of Chromatica, before Club Future Nostalgia, before B In The Mix, before The Remixes, there was ayu-mi-x, Ayumi Hamasaki's debut remix album. Almost immediately after the Empress of J-Pop™'s career first took off with a song for xx in 1999, she followed up two months later with a…


Remixed and Revisited: Six Madonna Remixes I Just Really Like

Earlier today, I added an impossible question to this month's MuuPoll: "What's your favorite Madonna record?" I know, I know. Sophie's Choice. Nonetheless, the question sparked an excellent Twitter debate, comparing and contrasting all of Madge's iconic records, which quickly led into an all-day…


Hot Club Track of the Week: Above & Beyond - "Sun & Moon"

Above & Beyond have always held a special place in my heart. From their sublime remixes of Madonna's "What It Feels Like For A Girl" and Britney's "Everytime" to their incredible 2008 album, Sirens of the Sea (released under the name OceanLab in collaboration with British vocalist Justine…


SweetMuuse: Oceanlab - "Sirens of the Sea"

I think my MuuMuse posts could benefit from some categorical organization. Thus, the "SweetMuuse" is born: A category meant specifically for tracks that I love, no matter when or where they've been released. Sometimes I just get the urge to post 'em, you know? "Sirens of the Sea" is the second…


Out To Sea...

Here's a nice Sunday find I've been keeping in my back pocket for the past week! Riding high off of Kaskade's dreamy Strobelite Seduction (which is still providing the soundtrack to my summer!) it's Oceanlab's debut album, Sirens of the Sea. The group is composed of the brilliant trio behind Above…