Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections — old and new — in an attempt to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.
This week features a brand new remix of Zedd’s “Follow You Down” from the talented trio Keys N Krates, as well as older productions from Monitor 66, Amtrac, Quiet Entertainer, and Jacques Greene. If you missed any of DA‘s more mellow posts from the week, make sure to check out the fifth installment of Eric Prydz’s Epic Radio, Above & Beyond’s free giveaway of “Tokyo,” Jelly for the Babies’ deep house gem “Tomorrow Never Comes,” and Griz’s free remix of “Du Du Doo.” Click past the break for five chilled-out tracks to remedy your weekend hangover.
1. Keys N Krates offer a soothing remix of Zedd’s “Follow You Down,” aptly categorized by the duo as “dream trap.”
2. Monitor 66 make “sunset-inspired music with funky bass lines.” “Triscuits” is quite convincing evidence for this.
3. Catchy string work and warping vocals make the free download to Amtrac’s summer remix of “Came Along” irresistible.
4. Quiet Entertainer’s remix of Mutemath’s “Odd Soul” is a sweet and soulful production with some seductive percussion work.
5. Canada’s Jacques Greene has created a deep, trip hop-flavored house production with “Another Girl.”