Levy & The Oaks Share New Remix Of 'Out Of The Blue'

Levy & The Oaks Americana/Folk style had a facelift recently in the form of an electronic remix of their track "Out Of The Blue," by Johnny Fung!

The remix premiered on All Things Go where the band shared, "'Out Of The Blue' is the song that made us realize what the future could hold if we just kept doing what we love to do. It’s one of our favorites. It was a pleasure working with Jonny Fung on this remix. He took the song to the next level and we couldn’t be happier. We’re excited to do more work with him in the future."

Check it out below!

The feel good track is just one of a few new tracks that Levy & The Oaks have been hard at work on, and you don't want to miss out on this fun Avicci-esque remix!

Levy & The Oaks are also on tour currently, and you can check out the dates below! Beyond that stay plugged in with their social media to never miss a beat!

Levy & The Oaks Upcoming Show Dates:
7/28 Chubby Pickle, Highlands NJ
8/19 Arlene's Grocery, New York City NY
8/25 House Of Independents, Asbury Park NJ
9/1 The Asbury Hotel, Asbury Park NJ
9/23 Rahway Culture Crawl, Rahway NJ

Levy & The Oaks: Website // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Bandcamp // Youtube

Hiroshi Jaguar Shares Exclusive Remix With The Hook

The Planet You & Hiroshi Jaguar have recently teamed up in anticipation of an upcoming album, I Too (Me Also). Hiroshi Jaguar has shared a remixed version of an upcoming track off of the album!

"Winterlude" will be debuting on I Too (Me Also) but first check out this remixed version of it via Soundcloud thanks to beat maker, Hiroshi Jaguar.

The Planet You are a psychedelic math rock band from Montclair, NJ, and Hiroshi Jaguar is an experimental beat maker also from Montclair. Their debut album I Too (Me Also) will be out April 28th on All Sounds

Which is coming up mighty soon, like this Friday. (Duh)

Definitely check out this remix, and experimental electronic retake of the original track, and then check out I Too (Me Also) when it drops this Friday! For more on Hiroshi Jaguar or The Planet You and what they're up to, check out their social media below!

The Planet You: Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // Bandcamp
Hiroshi Jaguar: Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // Bandcamp

Oxymorrons Release Remix

Blooming from the crevices of Queen’s concrete, alternate-urban hip-hop and pop pentad K.I., Deee, drummer, Marty Mayz, guitarist, Adam November, and guitarist, Joe Jordan, collectively known as Oxymorrons, afforded the world happy holidaze on 4/20 after debuting “Hello Me” (Colino Fresh Remix) shortly before their show with Waka Flocka Flames at Webster Hall in New York City. The group’s name epitomizes the dynamic of their sound.

The hard delivery of their hip-hop punchlines, ran away or preceded by smooth, synthetic vocals, layering mild loops of the accompanying instrumental, is often interrupted by cacophonous, glorious percussive reverberation. This is most evident in their song, “808 Clap;” Their rap verses ride womanly operatic vocals, the repetition of the phrase “808 Clap,” occasional bass kicks and claps, and at the end of the tune, the heavenly strumming of harp playing overlaying the singing drapes a blanket of flowers over the gravel and grime of their flow. 

Their contrasting artistic style has classified their music as an entire spherical force of its own, rolling them into the direction of success, magnetizing the desire for collaborations from well acclaimed artists such as Travie McCoy, Saba, Marian Hill, Pharrell Williams, and Wynter Gordon. It has also led to band partnerships with companies such as RedBull, Rocawear, Converse, DeadBolt, Karmaloop, and Modify Watches. 

Their all-encompassing, organic modus operandi in “Hello Me” (Colino Fresh Remix) and has set many stages ablaze including those which the band played on alongside Outkast, Gym Class  Heros, Ludacris, and Common. Check out the mesmerizing track in the link below: 

The original, and a song that will be in their upcoming EP, Complex But Basic (anticipated release for later this year by Tommy Boy Entertainment), “Hello Me,” can be purchased on iTunes, or can serve as mood music for their custom online video game on their website!

Upcoming Shows: 
Apr 26 - Knitting Factory - New York, NY (w/Mr. Lif)
Jun 4-5 - Free Press Summer Festival - Houston, TX
**more dates TBA

Keep Up With Oxymorrons by following them online!

Oxymorrons: Website // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Youtube