HOT: Mutya Keisha Siobhan x Blood Orange “Lay Down In Swimming Pools”

  The multi-talented producer Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange creates this new track with UK super girl group Mutya Keisha Siobhan (remember Sugababes?), based on Kendrick Lamar‘s single Drank. Listen to Lay Down In Swimming Pools this hot, sizzling Sunday afternoon. Advertisements

HOT: Sky Ferreira “Everything is Embarrassing (MK Remix)”

Seriously. This just put remixing up a notch in music. Like, waaay-up-there-notch. MK? Yeap. Marc Kinchen just dropped his reinterpretation of the much-loved Sky Ferreira single Everything is Embarrassing. See, the good thing about this Dev Hynes-produced track is its versatility, and in this revision, the material just becomes a future lounge anthem. We’re drooling … Continue reading

LISTEN: Kavinsky “ProtoVision (Blood Orange remix)”

If the original Kavinsky track ProtoVision sounds like it was ripped out of the 80’s and landed on our backyards just like E.T., then you got to stream this rework from the talented producer Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange to continue your nostalgic, wave-craving. Both singles appear in Kavinsky’s debut album OutRun to be released on … Continue reading

HOT: Sky Ferreira “Everything is Embarrassing (Twin Shadow remix)”

  Just like a ghost from the music’s past, the Dev Hynes-produced track Everything is Embarrassing from Sky Ferreira haunts us today in the form of this “club noir” remix of Twin Shadow. Listen to the dark reinterpretation below. Sweet dreams everyone.

WATCH: Solange Knowles x Dev Hynes x Oliver Sim (of The XX) “Make It Hot (Nicole Ray cover)”

Surprise! Oliver Sim of The XX and the acclaimed Dev Hynes join Solange Knowles at her XOYO show in London show recently, covering Nicole Ray‘s classic RnB track Make it Hot. And they just made our day hotter.

HOT: Dev Hynes/Blood Orange “Cyan (Kindness cover)”

Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange pushes soul and RnB even further by covering Cyan from his friends Kindness. Stream his signature sexy beat below, and be convinced why we crowned him and his Florence Welch remake the remix of the year of 2012.