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 Radial’s resplendent remix of Emil and Friends’ “Royal Oats,” Zimmer’s sizzling nu-disco remix of “Power,” Good Night Keaton’s absorbing spin on Goldroom’s “Sweetness Alive,” Lovejet’s downtempo original “Indian Love,” and Nicolas Jaar’s creative take on Chet Faker’s “Terms and Conditions.”
If you missed any of DA‘s more chilled-out posts from the week, make sure to check out Sound Remedy’s mellow trap remix of Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games,” Sultan and Ned Shepard’s indie mix of “Walls,” Fatboy Slim’s mashup of Donna Summers and Adele, and Evan Duffy’s pristine piano cover of “Strobe.” For five tracks to lift your spirit and soothe your soul, click past the break.
1. Radial’s remix of “Royal Oats” by Emil and Friends is like a splash of sunshine. Hit play and let its indie vibes warm your soul. Download it for free from SoundCloud.
2. Zimmer’s remix of Pompeya’s “Power” is nu-disco at its finest. Big piano chords and a catchy marimba make this remix irresistibly delightful.
3. Good Night Keaton puts a suave spin on Goldroom’s indie dance anthem “Sweetness Alive.” Download it for free from SoundCloud.
4. Lovejet’s original “Indian Love” is deep and romantic. Pick it up for free from SoundCloud.
5. Nicolas Jaar can do no wrong. After winning BBC’s essential mix of the year, Jaar has gained a reputation as something of a music visionary. His recent remix of Chet Faker’s “Terms and Conditions” is atmospheric and enveloping. Make sure to grab it for free from SoundCloud.