“Don’t Think” Remix Contest – And the WINNER is…
What kind of name is Joeypresents and who the hell is this character anyway? Well…whoever he is and wherever he’s from, Mr. Joeypresents is officially the WINNER of the “Don’t Think” remix contest. CONGRATS, Sir Joeypresents!
Choosing a winner was not easy for us. There were over 70 remix entries and many of them were strong contenders for the #1 spot. After much deliberation, No Bird Sing and Sage Francis decided that Joeypresents’ overall composition, mix and musicality earned him the blue ribbon. There are many honorable mentions to be sure, but a special shout out goes to Dilly Dilly as she was the only producer who made it into everyone’s “top 3” list. What ultimately kept Dilly away from the top slot may have been the sound/EQ of the mix, but what we most enjoy about it is the original vocals she added to the project. There were in fact a few people who probably could have probably won this contest with a better overall mix. We can’t be too nit-picky as we understand there was a relatively short amount of time for people to bang this remix out, but having a better EQ and overall mix should be kept in mind for future contests.
In addition to the official SFR winner, we had announced that the person who receives the most votes at www.tinyurl.com/DontThinkRemixContest would win the “popular vote” trophy. That honor goes to Moxe of Spain who not only put an electro/danceclub twist to the song but must have put on a hell of a campaign as he got more than double the votes of anyone else. Joeypresents didn’t receive a single public vote, which I find interesting to note. Haha. Funny how that works out. Alas, big ups to Moxe for being able to rally so many fans.
Lastly, we want to reiterate how agonizing this whole process. There’s a ton of talent out there, people from many different states and countries who deserve recognition for their work, so we’re going to leave these remixes up unless it is requested by the producer to take them down. Additionally, feel free to put the music up on your own youtube and soundcloud pages. Thank you all for helping us lose sleep this weekend.
Oh, wait, can’t forget why we decided to do this remix contest in the first place…
No Bird Sing’s “Definition Sickness” album drops on November 12th. Pre-sale deals are at www.tinyurl.com/DefinitionSickness
Congrats once again to Joeypresents, Dilly Dilly, and Moxe.
All 70 remixes along with my short critique on each are listed below.
Below are the names of the 70 remixers in chronological order. I’ve included my brief notes on each remix in italics. Each person deserves more attention I’m sure, but there’s only so much time in the day. If anyone feels they were slighted or overlooked, please forgive me. At the end of the day, taste is pretty much subjective. I expect other people to weigh in with their own opinions and maybe they’ll hear something that I didn’t.
Adriatic – (electronic/ambient/glitchy. Doesn’t really do all that much musically but it’s a good chilled vibe throughout.)
Aiden Butterworth Kenny – (Sparse overall, which isn’t a bad thing really. There’s no particular part of this remix that hits me in a special way, but I do like how it has a perverted monastery thing happening throughout.)
Animus Maximus – This is the kind of remix that sounds like it was crafted bit-by-bit to the vocals. Almost to the point where if someone unaware of the original may think that this is the original song. I love the change-ups and attention to detail here. My only criticism, if I have to provide one, is that I’m not in love with the sound of the drums. But I don’t hate them either. This here is definitely a top 5 remix for me.
Antioch – Technically sound but for some reason it feels to me that the music doesn’t really follow the flow of the words too well. Not sure how to explain it, but I think too many things were stuffed into the sonics. I do like the drums even though I typically lean more toward breakbeats.
Auxiliary Phoenix (Ireland) – Starts off interestingly enough, but ultimately leaves me wanting more stuff to happen.
Beatfn – The synth line that repeats non-stop throughout the whole remix becomes a bit annoying to me. Strange how that never changes or drops out.
Bearpuncher Prime – Clever mashup. He said: “I wanted to keep the mashup a strictly SFR/Minneapolis affair, so I used the instrumental for Cecil Otter’s Rebel Yellow…”
Bec Ars (Romania) – I’m not sure if it’s the drum pattern or the overall busy nature of the music, but it feels like too much is happening throughout this whole remix. That said, I really love the horns and I like how special attention was paid to change-ups throughout the song. It just never seems to settle in comfortably.
Big Balou – Another remix where the main music loop goes non-stop throughout the song. Starts off really strong though.
B Sendio – Some cool tricky stuff happening with the vocals and music but that only happens in the beginning. The stock synth sounds and the drums sounds leave more to be desired.
Chris Salter – Acoustic guitar remix. I’m quite partial to this type of music, and I love the approach, however this music seems to falter a bit during the chorus. I think it’s good there are no drums on this remix as I think it helps the vocals open up and breathe…that’s refreshing. However, the chorus is the only part of this song where the vocals take on a melody of sorts, and the guitar line in this remix seems to be clashing with our melody. If you can call it that.
*Classy Badger – The mood feels right. The lack of variety in sound or change-ups in drums unfortunately weighs heavy on this remix by the end.
Cool Poindexter (Australia) – I love all the ways that this remix hits. So many interesting elements here. My one and only criticism is that the synth in the chorus might be too overpowering. It might be just right though. This is a top 5 remix for me no doubt.
*Cubbiebear – Cubbiebear comes hard with this remix, per usual. Pulsating music stabs and punchy drums. I was hoping for something crazy to happen during the chorus, but that may have been an unfair expectation. I think the way the music drops out through much of the second verse works well. Can’t help but feel like more could have been done, but overall the punchiness of this remix secures it as a top 10 for me.
*Dahbu – This drumstep remix is definitely one of the most unique entries we received. It’s so repetitive that it went from being annoying to enjoyable for me. I don’t even mind that the only vocals he used are from Joe’s first verse. I kind of like that actually.
*Dan Guinski (Brazil) – I’m really into this remix. It works in a lot of ways. The snare drum reminds me a bit too much of “Ace of Bass” but this remix was clearly crafted to the vocals where as a lot of the other remixes pay much less attention to the nuances of the vocals & song structure.
*David DuBois – There are some interesting things happening with the synth line, but the vocals are buried through most of this remix which I think hurts the remix overall.
Dilly Dilly – This was the first remix that got me truly excited. I like the new feel and how she sang the chorus. A most unique entry and a personal favorite.
DJ High-r “Cosmin Andrei Remix” – Has a smooth, laid back feel. The music switches up during the second verse but not the drums. The 4 bar loops throughout the song become a bit too repetitive, but still a nice feel overall.
*DJ Iron Gut – Grimy synth with good movement. Definite head-nod factor happening here. Cool acapella fuckery and vocal samples.
*DJ Spells – The synths border on cheesy, but I have a sinister soft spot for this type of sound. Everything has been sped up for this remix which is fine, but I do wish that vocals didn’t have that “sped-up” sound to them. I find it’s best to tweak the vocals in a way where they sound normal even if they’re faster in tempo. The major downfall of this remix is how the vocals fall offbeat a bit during the second verse. Love the scratches at the end.
*Doc Godfrey – Feels a bit too plain overall, but that might be due to how sparse the drum track is. I enjoy the tricks that are happening with the vocals and music.
*Dynamo414 remix (Sweden) – Good change ups in the music and overall enjoyable, but the drums feel a bit stiff as they never change in pattern. I think some drum variations could have elevated this remix quite a bit.
*Ecid – This is another synth-heavy remix which seems to be popular with this remix contest more than others we’ve done in the past. However, I think the true strength of this remix is in the sound of the percussion and the pattern that is used.
*El Sistema 407 (Chile) – I really like the upbeat feel that this remix gives off. The music drowns out the vocals a bit too much in certain sections, but overall this is a definitely an interesting feel-good version of “Don’t Think.”
*Evolution M.S. (Brussels) – This remix kind of has a weird 80’s r&b pop twist to it. Not hatin’.
*Goldensrap (Turkey) – I can’t tell if the sped-up vocal sample that repeats throughout this remix is its greatest strength or weakness. Ultimately I’ve decided that it just feels like not enough is happening in this remix to consider it as a top contender, but I enjoy it the way I enjoy scratching an itch until I pull my skin off.
*Grandfather’s Axe – This is a definite head nodder. Love the sound of the drums on this remix although they I think they should have a louder presence in the mix. In fact, the overall mix of levels might be my only criticism of this remix.
*Jae Havoc – I really like the music used on this remix but I think it’s too loud overall. Just by a smidgen though. The drum pattern is interesting and works well with the vocals.
Jesse Blankenship – Funk style and walks with a badass limp. Top contender.
Joeypresents – This music reminds me of when I attended dance clubs in the early 90’s. Not sure why. I envision big goofy hats and farmer jeans with one strap down. It’s a good memory despite how that description may come across.
Knooper – This remix starts off so strong that I was feeling like it might be the winner hands-down. The upbeat drum pattrn, the punchiness, the underlaying music, the way it transitioned into the first chorus…all amazing. I found it a bit strange how Joe’s verse was a cut a bit short but I figured those vocals would appear toward the end of the remix or something. They didn’t. In fact, my verse was repeated a second time at the ending. I think that section could have benefited from switching from Joe’s lines to my lines if there was a desire to extend the track. My opinion anyway. My excitement faded a bit, but not entirely, when the oscillating bass appeared in the second verse. At that point it leaned more toward a dubstep/drumstep sound when I was originally hoping it would branch off into some more badass rock sounds. I still dig it. Different strokes and all. Certainly one of the best sounding remixes we received.
K-Zom (France) – This remix is pretty mean overall. The drums snap and the low-end synth along with the high end melody hits just right.
Lars Rosenblad (Sweden) – There’s not enough melody or depth to the music for this remix to hold my attention for very long.
Leae – All the sounds in this remix are “original” according to Laea, so that’s cool. Interesting glitch tricks and after-effects happening with the vocals. There seems to be some compression issues happening with the vocals during the “snap” sounds, which is the only percussive element of the verses and they appear through most of the song.
Liam Brennan – Minimalistic with an interesting drum pattern to boot. I like it in all its simplicity. It works in this instance.
magOwl – He submitted two remixes and, although both of them were really good, this is the one I think would catch most people’s ears. The sample captures the perfect mood and I especially love how the sample used in the chorus works perfectly with the vocals.
Mainframe Bird “Glitch Hop Remix” – Sped up and glitchy. Not my taste per se, but it’s interesting for me to imagine a song like this being played in a club.
Manic – Dark synthful bliss from some 80’s horror/fantasy flick. Love this style.
Matthew John Jamieson – This has a nice melancholy feel to it. The pattern of the percussion is interesting but doesn’t always seem to mesh well with the vocal rhythms. Really nice remix overall.
Mild Maynyrd– I wasn’t sure if I’d like this remix by the way it started, but then it quickly grew on me and as the music developed it completely drew me in. Very unique feel.
*Missun – Distorted guitars and, what sounds like, live drumming. If live instruments are involved in this remix then it’s a bit of a letdown that there aren’t more change-ups throughout. A chord change here and there could definitely give this remix the dynamics it needs. Nice piano breakdown at the end.
*Moxe (Spain) – Electronic club mix. Not really sure what genre this is but I think it works pretty well. Doesn’t seem to be crafted to the vocals though.
Mr Bomb Camp – This one hits. It goes many places. My only criticism really is that I wish the strings were actual strings instead of synth strings. Why didn’t he hire an orchestra for our remix contest?
Oscar Motus (France) – Feels a bit too stale for me overall, it does have its interesting moments though. Just wish it had some more sonic spice.
Pers One – The main music loop may be too repetitive but I find it to be really hypnotic. Other edits within the remix are a bit iffy in execution and the drums are flat, but I do enjoy this remix overall.
Peter Hall – This remix is technically sound. But hearing a remix like this after listening to so many others, I fear it doesn’t do enough to hold my attention.
RST – There is a serious compression issue happening with this final mixdown which is unfortunate since the music and beat sound like they work really well with the vocals. You’ll notice that the overall volume dips up and down rapidly throughout the song and that’s definitely distracting. It’s too bad more attention wasn’t paid to that aspect of this remix before it was exported because it definitely has promise.
Rudius Max – The way this remix kicks off reminded me that I was hoping to hear more people do interesting tricks with the vocals and, specifically, the chorus. So this started off with a lot of promise for me but then it didn’t really keep my attention in the same way as the remix continued. It seems to be stuck in the same note that is presented right after the intro.
Sai-Copie (France) – I love the old school flavor of this remix. The use of 808 drums and the repetition of the “Don’t Think” vocals throughout this remix makes it unique enough to set it apart from the rest in a good way.
SaltforAmy vs. MikeNasty – A good remix overall, but it doesn’t hit me in any special way. I like the way the drums hit, but by the end of the song they sound a bit grating due to a lack of change-ups. It’s tough to tell on just a couple listens, but I think the drums might overpower whatever mood the music is bringing to the plate.
Sam Hertogs – This remix isn’t going to change the world, or this remix contest even, but this style of beat kind of borders on a trap sound and it’s the first time I’ve heard myself over that kind of beat in a way where I was like, “Hmmm…I can see that. I get it.” So props for that.
Scott Chambers – I like it. Reminds me of a drunken purple elephant.
Serg Gonzalez – I like the composition of this remix. It sounds like it was all played live. I also love how he played around with the vocals a bit throughout the course of the song. My main criticism has to do with the sound of the drums as I think they sound too flat. This might be a result of them being live drums but I don’t know for sure. My minor criticism is that the vocals sound like they were placed a tiny sliver ahead of where they’re supposed to be.
Skobie Won – I love the feel and the change ups. Lots of attention paid and considerable work went into this remix.
*Soundsmith the Programmer – The vocals are drowned out a bit by the music which is unfortunate because if all levels were evened out this would definitely be one of the top remixes for me.
*Stray Side – The drums are my favorite part of this remix, and the music works well too. But the lack of dynamics in the music is where this remix might ultimately fall short. I like the feel the music really works though.
*Supabuldozer – Really good movement happening in the music in a way where it works well with the vocals. I love piano though so I might biased. I like the way the music changes at the end.
*The Backroom – I like the sample used and the various sounds within it. I think my biggest criticism of this remix might be the lack of change-ups throughout the song, especially during the chorus. The 8 bar loop is definitely cool, but I think it needs a companion loop to help switch up the feel from time to time.
*ThinNXx – Dark synth stylee. I’m easy to please when it comes to this sound.
*Tiger Lightning – This is a sped up version of the song. Glad that the vocals don’t have the sped up sound to them, but it still feels rushed overall. Not sure this is the best sound for the song, but it is technically sound. Everything fits into place the way it should.
*Trey Clegg – Horrorcore style. Simple but effective. Some cool vocal effects and I like how the music switches in the chorus.
*Tommy Cryptic – Electronic drums and synths hitting just right here. I like where the drums drop out and switch up, but the music seems to lack in dynamic. I enjoy this remix a lot though despite that.
*The_Applefish (France) – My main gripe with this remix is that the vocals were placed a tiny bit ahead of where they should be, so every so often they sound offbeat.
*TymonsBass – This remix borrows a lot from the original song, but you’ll quickly notice the unique qualities of what Tommy has to offer as the song goes on. It has a lot to do with glitches, vocal effects and electronica trickery. An interesting listen.
*Vinyl Richie – Clearly a lot of work went into crafting this remix, but I think the use of stock sounds might give it too much of a cheesy feel.
*VoluT – I believe this is the first “Don’t Think” remix I’ve heard with some swing to it. It’s unique in a few ways actually. For some reason the music isn’t totally drawing me in, and that might be because it never hits a solid groove, but I certainly appreciate the overall execution.
*White Guilt (UK) – Mr. White Guilt takes this into “Teenage Love” territory and it’s got me swooning. “Don’t, don’t, don’t hurt me again.”
*Wiwa (UK) – I asked him to raise the vocals in the first version he sent and they still seem to get buried during parts of the verse. It also seems like the vocals fall off beat from time to time, but it’s a pretty cool sounding remix overall.
*Yoo Seph – Sounds like live music which is cool, but I’m not sure it hits me in any special way. It’s another remix that might mainly be suffering from the stock sounding synths.
Strange Famous Records and No Bird Sing retain all rights to the “Don’t Think” acapella. If you remix this song, you can offer it to your fans as a stream or download (though we’d prefer if you waited until the contest is over,) but you are not allowed to monetize or sell the remix.
love this band, bought their back catalog a while ago
I'm impartial to my own mix but there's some great work going on here. Good luck ya'll
That Bearpuncher Prime mix is just eerily dope. Great work.
Bearpuncher Prime killed it!
beatfn is where at
Beatfn was great!
Beatfn killed it!
Beatfn was the best!
Brendan Carruthers says
Beatfn is best by far
White Guilt killed it
Peat halls mix!
I really dig it!!
Agreed peat hall!
Beatfn for the win!
Larry Paquette says
I vote for Dilly Dilly.
Dynamo 414 no doubt
The Applefish! Definitly!
The Applefish did the best remix!
I vote for the_applefish
Oscar Motus was here !!!!
Oscar motus nailed it !
I'm down with Auxiliary phoenixs remix
Oscar Motus !!
evolve audio says
OSCAR MOTUS !!
Je vote pour Oscar Motus
Vote oscar motus
Vote for White Guilt
OSCAR MOTUS !
IN THE PLACE
White guilt for me...
Effortless flow on this track , I like!
Shriekin' Specialist says
Has to be Auxiliary Phoenix. Bleep bloop bitches.
Peat hall for the win!
Yvonne Wong says
Auxilary Phoenix is where its at
They're all nice but the White Guilt one has the right feel to it, suits the lyrics
White Guilt for me. The beat compliments Sage's flow perfectly. Big ups!
Auxiliary Phoenix right there seriously
Auxiliary Phoenix obviously!
gentle jones says
auxiliary phoenix by a mile
Auxiliary Phoenix nailed it
Moxe the best
Saul Good says
A few sick entries. My vote is for Dynamo though.
Walter White says
Auxiliary Phoenix is the one who knocks
Dat snow nigga auxiliary Phoenix got that shit down on lock namsayin
OSCAR MOTUS !!
William A says
That auxiliary phoenix remix is sick
Peter Hall all the way!
OSCAR MOTUS !!!
Oscar Motus ! lil voice is just unbelievable !
Auxiliary Pheonix Killed it!! Sick remix, Unique!
Auxiliary Phoenix, hands down.
I'm glad Sage & co will get the last say in this because I get the sneaky suspicion that people are voting for their own tracks under different names....
Tomeu Ripoll says
Es un grande, deja entrar el ritmo hasta que tus pulsaciones recreen fielmente el tema. Moxe te transporta. ¡Buen viaje!
Auxiliary Phoenix is class!!
Tomeu Ripoll says
Moxe is the best and the beast
applefish is the best beat remix!
Je vote pour the applefish, c'est dark comme il faut
That Mainframe Bird remix is insane!
OSCAR MOTUS ! THA GROOVE
Ma home boy, Auxiliary Phoenix.
Auxiliary Phoenix says
"I’m glad Sage & co will get the last say in this because I get the sneaky suspicion that people are voting for their own tracks under different names…."
Favourite remix- the applefish!!
Love the Auxiliary Phoenix mix, sick
Wheats for Treats says
White Guilt smashed it!!
Javi Culipardo says
Moxe!! Vaya clase majo!
Troy Harris says
you that Vinyl Richy mix is smooth like butter.
Daniel Leja says
Lots of great stuff here, but I like the Beatfn remix.
Mimi 93 says
The_Applefish! This is my shit!
OSCAR MOTUS graouuu!
Auxiliary Phoenix has the skills to pay the bills.
Yeeaaah... starting to think they should whittle it down to 10 themselves. Few of Sage's "current favs" are getting votes. This is just going to turn into a social-networking spamming contest.
Oscar Motus!! the beat is mad!!
Auxillary Phoenix and Oscar Lotus (name right?) were interesting..gloop
"Yeeaaah… starting to think they should whittle it down to 10 themselves. Few of Sage’s “current favs” are getting votes. This is just going to turn into a social-networking spamming contest."
Agreed man. Simply commenting over and over under a different alias is a pretty obvious move. I'm sure the powers that be will be aware though and choose wisely...
Skobie Won says
Thanks for the votes guys! My vote goes to the homie Dynamo414, thanks SFR I love these contests.
Matt Castillo says
Scott Chambers - Awesome, dope flow!
Scott Chambers remix is FIRE!!!
Big up Oscar Motus
OSCAR MOTUS Hiha!
Auxiliary phoenix! <3
Scott Chambers... One word, BADASS
Jim Magee says
Scotty is the best!! From your NM dad!!!
Jim Magee says
Great job Scotty! Your NM dad.
OSCAR MOTUS !
Beatfn rocks at the top! Definitely earns a spot on your mixtape imo.
Oscar MooooOOOtus !
dilly dilly says
Thanks for the love peeps and holy cow are these remixes great... I said it before and I'll say it again... Strange Famous has some of the most talented fans. Well done everybody and good luck!
as far as Spamming is concerned... I have a feeling these cats are merely pushing there remixes on their own social networks and have some loyal friends and family. If you don't feel you are getting enough votes then continue to spread the word and push for more voters! You got this :)
Thank you sfr team to organise this contest.
i'm so horouned to participate
Love every one, love music
And if you want more applefish come here!
Aich Aich Zero says
Dilly Dilly 4 EVA
Liam Judge says
Mr Bomb Camp get's my vote.
Love the sound.
I cast my vote for Beatfn!
jose carlos platos says
justan otherslave says
what is the key of the music and chord progression
justan otherslave says
nothin can step to the original yet....
Beatfn crushes my panties
Looks like social networking wins the race, oh well
I think that dude Scott Chambers' Remix was super dope. That dude's pretty on point.
Chuck Staton says
Matthew John Jamieson!
This renix is fabulous, fantastic and marvellous!!!!
One of the best remix that I could have listened . GREAT.
Jeff M says
Scott Chambers has that old school feel... great beat
auxiliary phoenix for me please
överlägset beatfn är favorit !
oscar motus ;)
White Guilt - remix that keeps on giving.
MOXE is tremendous!
Tanaka san says
White Guilt. Dude's got a good ear for samples.
Auxiliary Phoenix (y) (y) (y)
Jesse Blankenship Hands down
Peat Hall says
The bearpuncher prime track is a killer mashup.
Have to say the Dilly Dilly mix is the most zazz though!
Adriatic has my vote
Chocolate Finger says
That's some smooth jelly, White Guilt for sure
Moxe, there is the best, the most fabulous producer
vote for Oscar Motus, the beat is genius!
Moxe kill them all!
Callum Browne says
Auxiliary Phoenix! So dope!
POL SAMSÓ says
Slham Poetry L´Hospi says
Our vote to Moxe 13!
One huge vote for Dilly Dilly! <3
justan otherslave says
key of music anybody? if anything so i can play along and get the feel of it
stiff competition, i was feelin the funk and love from each beat though not many matched both, chorus & mc's flow like Adratic.. im gonna give it up for him. ADRATIC
Adriatic lowkey killed it!
Jessie D says
Scott Chambers, one of the three that i heard that i would listen to, but being an old school New Yorker....... GO SCOTTY!
Scott Chambers.... FINAL WORD!
Mr Bomb Camp!!
Mr Bomb Camp!!
Mr Bomb Camp!!
Scott Chambers really nailed it.
Neil Faulkner says
The Jesse Blankenship version. It's supa tight. Nice additions, kept it simple, bringing out a new and awesome feel to the song.
Sev Statik says
Scott Chambers is handsome. Way.
The stand out track to me goes to Mainframe Bird. Nice to hear something different
DESDE MADRID , ESPAÑA , DESEO MUCHA SUERTE A TODOS LOS PRODUCTORES QUE HABEIS PARTICIPADO EN ESTE CONCURSO. ESPERO QUE TODO ESTO OS SIRVA PARA DESPERTAR LA ILUSION QUE LLEVAIS DENTRO.
PERSONALMENTE ES UN SUEÑO PODER APORTAR UN POQUITO DE MI MUSICA PARA ESTOS ARTISTAS Y ESTE SELLO DISCOGRAFICO TAN APRECIADO POR MI , ME GUSTARIA AGRADECERLES ESTA OPORTUNIDAD A PESAR DE QUE TENGAN LA DIFICIL RESPONSABILIDAD DE ELEGIR A SOLO UNO DE NOSOTROS.
Y POR ULTIMO AGRADECER A LOS AMIGOS Y SEGUIDORES TOMAN UN POCO DE SU TIEMPO Y SE MOLESTAN VOTANDO Y HACIENDO COMENTARIOS. UN SALUDO Y PAZ. FROM MADRID, SPAIN, WISH GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE PRODUCERS THAT YOU HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THIS CONTEST. I HOPE ALL THIS OS SERVE TO WAKE THE ILLUSION THAT have inside.
PERSON IS A DREAM CAN BRING A LITTLE BIT OF MY MUSIC TO THESE ARTISTS AND THIS RECORD LABEL SO APPRECIATED BY ME, I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THIS TIME DESPITE DIFFICULT TO HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO CHOOSE ONLY ONE OF U.S..
AND FINALLY THANK THE FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS TAKE A LITTLE OF YOUR TIME AND BOTHER VOTING AND MAKING COMMENTS. A SALUTE AND PEACE.
adriatic all the way
Mar Kel says
Jesse Blankenship smashed it with the bassline and more.
Mr Bomb Camp ! For the win, so good.
Bearpuncher using rebel yellow!!! loving it
White Guilt fo shizzle
Ed Verbeke says
Love his beat switch ups, so right on!
I vote for that Jesse Blankenship mix!
Doc Wise says
Moxe is dope!
Benny West says
Jesse Blankenship is dat fire! VOTE for Jesse!
Christopher Tohill says
Dahbu remix is the best. Don't waste time listening to the others.
Dahbu's track rocks!!
Stacy V says
Dahbu all the way!!!
Adriatic all the way!
Dahbu Tucker's drumstep remix is boss!!!
Skobie-Won 'Nuff Said.
I really hope that Sage and his team end up judging this one, it's so obvious that people are just flooding this thread with their own votes.
good work moxe! good luck!!
Mainframe Bird!! Remix is ridic :D
Arantxa O. says
I ♥ Moxe's remix!!! It's great!!!
Moxe´s remix is the best!!!! I love it.
Chii Maene says
Beatfn all the way!
Nancy Hooper says
Peter hall's the shit
Mike R says
Scott Chambers, nailed it! Real Hip Hop!!!
Scott Chambers.... Amazing!
Moxe Dark & Dense
Moxe (Dense and Dark)
DISCULPEN , YO DESEO QUE TODO SEA LO MAS LEGAL POSIBLE...
lo digo por los dos comentarios repetidos a mi favor..sorry
Jesse Blankenship is killing it with a verified license to ill..
China Dog says
Moxe moxe moxe!!!
Here I am, voting for Moxe.
Good luck, everyone!
Baloo!!!! Nice work
Voting for Peter Hall
Makati Rob says
The Big Balou Mix is ON POINT!
White guilt- most original and the rhythm brings something new to the mc's verses.
Vanessa Riverhorse says
Honestly Peter Hall's was awesome . Take a listen . Actually I listened twice to it on the train as its heaps good
Big Balou says
my vote is for Moxe!
Travis Trow says
Peter Hall . Clean as
Greg Distarce says
1 vote for mainframe bird
Peter Hall for sure!
Moxe kills it!!!
I voted for the_applefish!
Jesse Blankenship for the win!
CHARLY BCN says
GRANDE MOXE!!!! THE BEST
Grande MOXE... a por ellos!!!
Moxe forever <3
Moxe of course!
el pistacho says
moxee tan grandee como siempree!!
ANOTHER VOTE FOR MOXE!!! VAMOS YA!
Auxiliary Phoenix's mix by a country mile
Big Balou 's remix is the one. tightness.
Dilly Dilly is the most original female vocalist since Ella Fitzgerald.
Jessica M says
Moxe the winner
Dynamo414 killed it!
Ols esta me mola
jennie wangel says
Don Manolo says
My vote for Moxe!
Plofy Chinaski says
mainframe bird = omg
The Applefish rules !
Katalina Tatafu says
Moxe the best.
Moxe the best.
Moxe the best.
I would def. have to go for....the remix made by Big Balou!
Some very great tracks/remixes to choose from, this one just caught my ear in particular.. -dcp
Uno Nilsson says
Ese grande MOXE un MAQUINA
Peter Hall m/
Grande Moxe y pepinazooooo de tema
UN VOTO POR PERSONA PORVAFOR...
FUCK YEAHHH!!! I love this crazy shit... ;)
COME ON MOXEEE!!!!
adam paky says
EL XINO LPO says
MOXE'S mix ES EL MEJOR !
Big Balou!! !!!you still got it, I vote for you!
Jenn Araujo says
Big Todd G says
Big Balou for sure. Alot of good sounding producers, but the Big Balou song is the best.
Brian O says
Peter hall ftw
Moxe, no doubt sounds great that track.
Roberto jimenez says
very nice remix Moxe!
MOXE EL MEJOR!!!!
Skobie Won! Best one for sure!
dynamo414 all the way!
Dynamo414 for Prez!!
Mr. Long Story says
Dynamo414 did great work with this.
Daddy Longstroke says
Where's My Remix?
That Animus Maximus remix is amazing.
Bec Ars...ha ha, he's the best, no doubt...
michael goldstone says
Bec Ars rulzzzz !!!! Love the song !!!
VOTE GOES TO THINXX
Bec Ars dreamy fogggy remic
Tutuianu Andreea says
Bec Ars !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ThinNXx for sure!
Lots of good ones but my vote goes to Dan Guinski!
Dan Guinski, no doubt!
vote goes for Dan Guinski!
Auxiliary Phoenix takes it
Supabuldozer you are brilliant!
I vote 4 ThinXx
eri pedri says
ThiNXx killed it.
Verity Willcocks says
My vote is for ThiNkx. By far the best. Can't stop listening to it
pick bec ars he's european none of that corporate american isht :)
Plof tdg says
w santos says
Dan Guinski ...
Moxe !! Porque se lo curra (:
I vote 4 Dj Spells.. always on top of it!
yo dj Spells !!! great sound, great atmosphere! ill beats..
Mç FE says
Moxe is the greatest!
Dj Spells definitely!! yo what up!!!???
Dan Guinski kills it
THINXX'S synth beat bumps! Boom!
moxe great remix
Moxe - "Don't Think" Remix Contes temazo temazo temazo ole por este tio
Supabuldozer! Love that piano.
Dan Guinski' remix is definitely the best!!!
THINXX for sure
Noel Garcia says
Thinxx is the man!
Stacy V says
Christopher Tohill says
Dabhu hands down.
Sunrise Reveal says
my vote - Dan Guinski!
Chris Salter! My favorite :)
Dj iron gut
nick colucci says
Kristina Vellani says
DILLY DILLY Y'ALL.
Chris Salter. Boom.
Carlo Juarez-Sweeney says
saltforamy vs. mikenasty
Keenan Nerby says
Carlos Juarez says
SaltforAmy vs. MikeNasty
My dude Rudius Max
RUDIUS MAX RUDIUS MAX RUDIUS MAX
Muy buena Moxe, escuchando el percal y flipando!!! ;) Enhorabuena!!!
Animus Maximus all the way.
Bearpunch Prime. Yes.
DJ Putintune says
Shannen Hawkins says
I VOTE 4 Supabuldozer
Voting for Trey Clegg
tay best says
ThiNXx I dig a lot. That'd be my vote.
Poetry Slam Mallorca says
My vote is for Moxe. He's a Great
Hopkins Nerd says
Cubbiebear is the best, awesome guy... oh and his dog is soooo cute. xx.
Great remix, Moxe rules!!!
Tina Pipkin says
Love it! Great beat Tommy!!
phil west says
Serg Gonzalez is tha man!
Skobie Won says
Holy Crap, That Cubbiebear Beat it amazing!
king sojo says
Dan Guinski gets my vote...dope remix!
James Petsche says
Tommy cryptic gets the vote
Arrea!!!! Moxe remix
nick white says
Tiger Lightning for me. Please and thank you.
Aiden butterworth kenny
Thinxx for the win!
ThinXx! Oh yes.
shawn greyling says
ThinXx X 59000000
RUDIUS MAX definitely!!!
Piano loops for days!
Dan Grün says
Dan Guinski bicth!
Anna Bo says
Dan Guisnki.... best remix..
my vote is for DAN GUINSKI !!!!
My vote is for Supabuldozer I love the epic final
Justin Zorn says
Tymonbass killed it with his remix
Amber Vogt says
Tymonsbass is straight killa son
Allison Bowman says
Skobie Won says
do the double ** or single * indicate anything?
TymonsBass is what's up!
Kyle F says
Tymonbass's remix is a really interesting listen, it doesn't make a giant departure from the source material, but the subtle changes compliment the song quite well.
Alex W says
Joe Boo says
TymonsBass has that shit down!
Muse One says
ThinNXx gets my vote
I vote for ThiNXx!!!!
novalee truesdell says
My Vote goes to ThiNXx
Gaspar catalin says
Bec Ars rocks
Thinxx...very cool mix!!!
Mihai C says
Bec Ars for the win!!
Tiago Lauro says
srz, voting from Laos, bad internet, so it got posted twice, hope u dont mind. just erase one vote from Dot
Sultana Black says
Melody Gates says
Dj S P E L L S all day...
ThiNXx for the win!
ThiNXx for the win. Arcadiac!
I vote for Thinxx! What a great tune! You rock!!!!
BecArs ftw !
Serge G was killin' it hands down, he's clearly has an ear, no cookie cutter tricks either.
My vote is for Thinxx, sick synth sound yo!
Gotta be ThinXx
Chris Salter FTW!
Love this mix! Chris Salter forever! ;-)
cheryl salter says
Chris Salter: amazing guitar work, supports the lyrics in a beautiful calm way.
Adam Svec says
One vote for the lovely Chris Salter mix.
Thinxx the best
jerry salter says
wonderful, awesome guitar
dj spells is where its at!!!
Kyle Conrad says
Dope remix, Tymonsbass. Big ups!
Jeremi Drugski says
TymonBass. Me like glitchy glitch.
monie Capone says
Thomas Cohen says
Patricia Rabellizsa says
TYMON BASS FOR SHIZZLE!! HE IS THE ONE!
Cole B says
TymonsBass is the shizzznit
TymonsBass 4 the Win
TymonsBass for sure.
I listened to many of the mixes as I am a radio show producer .. There are alot of excellent pieces to choose from I would choose Tymon's base as my personal favorite.
Tymonbass is the bomb in my book.
vader66 od team says
Max b says
I vote Tymonnsbass sick !
Pure Powers says
TYMONSBASS! No Question!
TymonsBass is that bomb chit yo'
taryn Cutler says
Thinx is awesome
Gabe Katz says
dope stuff man
Joshua A. says
Debra Capria says
Tymans Bass!!!!! Yes
Wowza!!! There are some great mixes but I have no doubt that Tymonbass gets my vote. His remix is the bomb.com :)
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Emily Weiss says
jonathan solter says
shelton s says
Fuck yea I'm jumping off the walls right now, I figured this battle a wash since I had a goose egg for votes I'm still ready for a pinch or for someone to reveal the cruel joke. Anyways besides providing for my wife and 3 kids I listen to music and make beats. I'm just stoked to have my efforts validated,
Thank you to the Strange Famous fam, your music is great. It's a complete honor to have this title .
THOUSAND APOLOGIES FOR THE INCONVENIENCE, BUT THANK YOU ALL FOR VOTE, COMMENT AND LOSE YOUR TIME TO DO THAT ONE OF MY DREAMS MEET!
I HOPE THIS IS SERVED TO get a little closer TO MY RECORD LABEL FAVORITO.UN GREETING FROM THE HEART.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REAL WINNER!
THANKS A SAGE FRANCIS FOR THE INCONVENIENCE, NO BIRD SING TO PROVIDE YOUR THEME AND STRANGE FAMOUS IN GENERAL FOR ALL YOUR MUSIC.
Mike Asunto says
Diego Miguel says
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