We love a good remix here in the Music section, so we've picked five of the best to get your weekend started. Have a listen!
5. Foster The People - Helena Beat (Com Truise Remix)
Anything Com Truise turns his hand to, remix-wise, comes back sounding bigger and bolder than what he started with. Taking a slight, unassuming Foster The People track, he turns it into this wild, synth-driven club stomper. Very cool artwork, too.
4. Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans (RAC Remix)
Personally, I'm on the fence about Lana Del Rey. I think she's all gimmick and very little credibility. That said, she can make a pretty decent track when she wants to and this RAC remix makes even better. Nice and summery.
3. Chemical Brothers - The Boxer (DFA Remix)
How this track didn't make it onto the Drive soundtrack, we'll never know. You can totally imagine Ryan Gosling and his silk jacket driving through a darkened city with this playing over it.
2. Bryan Ferry - Don't Stop The Dance (Todd Terje Remix)
Todd Terje recently played a sold-out gig in The Workman's some time ago that we missed out on. But by all accounts, it was pretty incredible from those that were lucky enough to get in. This is a bit more minimalist than some of Terje's more recognisable stuff, but it's still worth a listen for that great intro.
1. Pulp - After You (Soulwax Remix)
We heard this first on the Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack and it's been on solid rotation ever since. We loved the original James Murphy-produced track to begin with, but with a Soulwax remix, it fires off into disco heaven. Expect to hear this at discerning clubs from now on.