You’ve heard his unbelievably catchy remix of Mark Morrison’s Return of the Mack. You’ve heard his contagiously groovy take on Ace of Base’s All She Wants. And you must have heard his sleek gangster-house version of 50 Cent’s 21 Questions.
If you’re an avid follower of essentially any dance music blog, it’s likely that you’re familiar with SNBRN. After releasing a series of instant hits, the Los Angeles-based producer/DJ has become an overnight sensation in the realms of nu disco, house, and indie dance alike. In fact, he turned out a fresh one just today, a dancefloor remix of The Game’s Let’s Ride, available as a free download along with the rest of his releases.
Now that we’ve reviewed SNBRN’s Disco Diaries-worthy creations, it’s time to let him take the reins and share five tracks that he enjoys most when he’s not busy producing his own, along with personal commentary.
Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall (Vinicius Limma Bootleg) [Stream Dance]
By far the best Pink Floyd remix I’ve ever heard. What a huge bassline that stays true to the original track.
Mike Mago & Dragonette – Outlines (Original Mix) [Spinnin’]
Beautiful track by Mike Mago, with such uplifting vocals. The heavily driven bassline keeps you moving and wanting more.
Nikitin – This My Sh*t (Kolombo Remix) [LouLou]
Kolombo absolutely crushed it on this one. This nu disco dancefloor killer has been on repeat for months.