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 Anoraak’s blissful remix of “Psychic Chasms” by Neon Indian, Maya Jane Coles‘ stupendous collaboration with Alpines on “Why,” Mighty Mouse’s nu-disco remix of “Next to Mexico,” Tania Zygar and Matt Lange’s cover of Lana Del Rey’s “Dark Paradise,” and Kolsch’s deep house original “All That Matters.”
If you missed any of DA‘s more mellow selections from the week, make sure to check out Electric Youth’s funky original “Took My Love,” Betoko’s enveloping remix of “Equal Responsibility,” Adventure Club’s multi-genre “Life in Color” mix, and Pierce Fulton’s gorgeous remix of “In No Time.” For five songs to make your morning a bit less painful and a bit more pleasing, click past the break.
1. Anoraak’s take on “Psychic Chasms” by Neon Indian is a sparkling, dreamlike composition, perfect for a lethargic Sunday morning.
2. We’ve featured Maya Jane Coles before on Sunday Morning Medicine, and we can’t help but feature her again as she collaborates with songstress Alpines on a cover of Carly Simpson’s “Why.”
3. Mighty Mouse’s remix of “Next to Mexico” by Good Night Keaton is some rumbling, retro disco house.
4. Tania Zygar and Matt Lange’s cover of Lana Del Rey’s “Dark Paradise” is a slow downtempo-dubstep production.
5. “All That Matters” by Kolsch is a well-wrought deep house journey featuring the nostalgic vocals of Troels Abrahamsen.