Big Beats Saturday


Don't settle for crappy Saturday night TV, if you're staying in tonight blast some of these big bad beats from some of the best new producers cutting mustard around the world:


Lana Del Rey's Blue Jeans gets an extended, glistening remix by German producer Kris Menace. Get it over at Beatport.



Manchester's Stay Positive, formerly Stay+/Christian AIDS is a favourite on this site, this big house remix of an otherwise forgettable bland-ard Goulding track proves why. The first track to ever feature on this site was the amazing Crashed and if you dig the energy and euphoria of this remix then head here.



Remixes for Bastille, Hurts and Ellie Goulding gave London's Russ Chimes a healthy platform from which to trickle his own material out. Turn Me Out is the standard fat house monster we've come to expect with rich soulful vocals and a biiiiiiig bass line.



Jonas Rathsman is something of a mystery, I can't find anything about him so you can skip straight to the play button. Sick shuffling with bouncy off beat syncopation, sweet vibes.



Young Manchester/Sheffield producer RedSparrow recently joined hot new electronic label Hijacker Records and dropped this remix of Santiago Street Machine's latest single. He seems to be doing everything right at the minute so his stock is likely to rise as he does.



What A Shame is a strong return for Jamie Lidell, but this RL Grime X Salva remix from Diplo and friends' show will make you lose your shit. Completely. 



Hold on, we're changing directions here. Fan of Justin Timberlake's Suit & Tie? I'm not. But I am a fan of this mash up from Dillon Francis. Trap with lots of messy vocal choppy chops. Slash.



Iggy Azalea's debut single gets a twisted, screeching, wonderfully offensive remix from UK producer Jacob Plant.



Hudson Mohawke brings a different slant to the already huge Disclosure and AlunaGeorge track. The original was a stormer so as long as you don't take it backwards with the remix I guess you're doing ok. 




21 year old Canadian producer Bwana presents this warped vocal, percussive breeze of movement. A little mellower than some of the stuff above, this is your warm and wonderful closer.