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Some tasty treats for you to tuck into before:
a) (if in the US) you’re about to tuck into turkey and pumpkin-based culinary deliciousness
b) (if not in the US) bracing yourself for a season of minced pies and mulled wine (not that you guys don’t have those things in America but let us just have this one thing!)

If you didn’t think Tom Aspaul’s Indiana could get any better, it just did. At the hands of Bronze Whales.

Monsieur Adi has gone and spilled a bottle of funk on Smallpools.

Zoo Station have got Lorde ready for DEH CLUB.  And she’s looking bleedin’ fierce.

It’s Black Friday this Friday.  What’s gonna be your Black Friday anthem this year?  Huh?  How about a poppers-o-clock version of Material Girl?  Now go get some goddamn bargains.

Ahead of their Record Store Day Black Friday release, NONONO have premiered the CSS remix of Pumpin Blood.  SPOILER: It’s got a lot of donk

Le Youth‘s Dance With Me is a bit of a cheat cuz it’s more of a mashup than a remix but a fresh verse spit over a previously released demo is enough for me.

Grab all the tracks in a handy little Soundcloud playlist right here

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This one’s definitely been overdue a while – can’t believe it’s been a month since we had a Wemix Wednesday.

This selection offers everyone’s favourite controversy courting hoe spitting over pop’s princess (that sounds naughty), Scissor Sisters with a bit more Kylie (where is the studio version of that uptempo version of White Diamond, Jake Shears? Where is it??), three sisters with The Knocks, two offerings from a random German band remixed by a genius and two geniuses and a double remixing credit to Lovelife, among many more.

Grab all the tracks in a handy little Soundcloud playlist right here

Check them out after the jump

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Lorde has accomplished quite a bit for someone who wasn’t alive for the Macarena craze.  Her first single “Royals” has topped the charts in the US, Canada and her homeland of New Zealand, been remixed by The Weeknd, been covered live by Selena Gomez and used in the ads for Samsung’s GALAXY Note 3.

Well, another feather in her cap comes in the form of the honour of having her track covered by the supremely talented Mutya Keisha Siobhan as part of the Reload Sessions (a YouTube channel I just came across and will likely be providing many more Sunday under the Cover posts to come).  Check it out below.