Sweater Beats & KAMAU – Hey Ya (Cover)

“Hey Ya” by Outkast was the first song I danced with a girl to. It was at my friend Josh’s bar mitzvah, yet I can’t exactly remember the lovely young lady’s name. Regardless, if you were born in between the years 1990-1996, “Hey Ya” probably holds a special place in your musical heart.

When I saw that Sweater Beats and vocalist KAMAU had covered the millennial smash hit, I was immediately intrigued. The bass bumping production is layered with background vocal harmonies that accompany KAMAU’s lead vocals beautifully. When the chorus kicks in, we’re graced with a great summer synth line and the memories of screaming “HEY YA!” at all those bar/bat mitzvah’s, school dances, and even weddings.

So, sit back, pop in an old VHS tape recording of an episode of ABC’s Saturday Morning Cartoons, and enjoy your hearty taste of nostalgia for the day.

JoJo – When Love Hurts (Sweater Beats Remix)

Producer Sweater Beats took JoJo’s “When Love Hurts” and put his own brilliant twist on it in celebration of his upcoming Future Feels world tour. The tour, which will last 3 months, features stops in Europe with Bondax as well as stints in the states with K Camp and GTA, finishing up with shows in Australia in December. Should be a good time filled with tons of grooves! You can bump this remix while you head to Sweater’s website to cop tickets for a tour stop near you!

Gallant – Weight In Gold (Sweater Beats Remix)

Earlier this week, we got another strong remix from Sweater Beats. The boy just doesn’t know how to stop. This time by flipping Gallant’s “Weight In Gold”, which has become a huge hit this summer. And to switch it up some more, Sweater Beats played some guitar on this one!

If you dig this tune, enjoy a free download here

Also, if you’re going to North Coast Music Festival this weekend, be sure to catch his set at the festival on Saturday at the 630 Stage from 2:30-3:30pm. And no worries if you’re not attending the festival, because you can catch him at his after party at Bottom Lounge on Saturday. To get tickets to that, please click here

Galantis – Runaway (Sweater Beats & Hoodboi Remix)

With Galantis popular tune, Runaway, already been remixed by several huge producers like Dillon Francis, DJ Mustard, Kaskade, etc – New York producer, Sweater Beats and Los Angeles producer, Hoodboi teamed up together to create a brilliant electronic duo remix so catchy that you’ll find hard not to love. Listen to the remix and catch yourself lost in the added synths, drums, and piano chords.

Hermitude – The Buzz ft. Mataya & Young Tapz (Sweater Beats Remix)

Sweater Beats has remixed another fire song! You may recognize some of the Brooklyn producer past official remixes for artists such as Flume, Chet Faker, Kastle, and most recently Alesso.

The Australian powerhouse duo Hermitude have now asked Sweater Beats to remix their single ‘The Buzz’, from their Australian #1 album Dark Night Sweet Light.

The remix features classic Sweater Beats vocal chops, heavy brass drum work, swelling synths with a more severe tempo.

Kimbra – Settle Down (Sweater Beats Redux)

Well, damn. It’s only Tuesday and already this week has been an incredible one for new music. Yesterday, I got to obsess over the new D’Angelo album (which is excellent if you haven’t indulged) and today, I get to flip my styles around with a grooving Sweater Beats remix of Kimbra’s “Settle Down.” According to SB, the ‘redux’ is a track he made for the tour he did with Chance The Rapper earlier this year.

Speaking of shows, rumor around the 1833 office is he may be back soon, so make sure to keep an eye out! 😉 :blush: :alien:

Sweater Beats-Red Bull Studios London Mix Monday

Brooklyn-based HuhWhat&Where affiliate Sweater Beats is in the middle of touring, but he stopped by Red Bull Studios to grace us with a selection of current dream-pop favorites fused with some hip-hop and soul to smooth out the mix, adding his signature ~”i make yr booty bounce”~ feel. This is one of the sexiest tracklists I’ve seen in a while; from JT to Kelela to Aluna George, Sweater Beats probably isn’t capable of putting out something disappointing. :shirt: :headphones: :hearts: