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DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine

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.

With all eyes on Coachella this week, Sunday Morning Meds is be dedicated to headlining desert acts, combining the best indie-acts with the best indie-remixes. Starting with a Xristo remix of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ fitting classic tune “Californication,” Team Bayside’s take on The Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights,” Chromeo’s turn on The Vampire Weekend’s “The Kid’s Don’t Stand a Chance,” and more from Reich & Bleich, The Lumineers, and Two Door Cinema Club not to be missed..

If you missed any of last week’s more chilled out selections, check out Oliver Nelson’s “Undressed” remix, the Sante take on Zoo Brazil’s “You Don’t Know Me,” Monseiur Adi’s “Julian” Say Lou Lou remix, “Modern Hearts” by The Knocks featuring St.Lucia, Shadow Child’s “Reverse Skydiving” rework,  and finally, “It’s You” taken on by MK.

Xristo manages to take the ubiquitous RHCP tune and turn it into a chill yet lively rendition highlighting the emotional lyrics while adding his own charmed melody.

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Bringing back intense flashbacks of adolescence, Team Bayside spins The Postal Service’s mellow “Such Great Heights” into a psychedelic-tinged rendition.

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Coming off the official single release, Chromeo took on Vampire Weekend’s “The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance” back in 2008 adding subtle rhythm and 80s synth pop vibe.

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Somehow managing to turn one of the most feel good songs of the season into an even more enjoyable version, Reich & Bleich speed up the vocal and add an enchanting beat.

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RAC take the official remix for Two Door Cinema’s “Next Year” by creating a smoothed out version in true downtempo fashion working in the emotional vocal that will turn into an immediate favorite.

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