Sunday, March 8, 2015

Cybernetic Edit Subscription Service



Avalon Emerson dropped some free tracks the other day in celebration of her new Cybernetic Edit Subscription Service. This service caters to the "dopest digital-only remix subscription service for working DJs", which is pretty darn radical. For this second volume, Ms.Emerson puts her edit efforts into three nostalgic varying originals; Technotronic's 'Pump Up The Jam', Julie Ruin's 'A Place Called Won't Be There', and Friction and Spice's 'Groove Me'. She packs them with a cybernetic flare that revives these tracks in a new groovable light. The other edit in the free pack comes from her partner Derek Opperman, who edits under DZ for his "Fairlight Freakout" of the glam 80's pop tune 'Love in The First Degree' by Bananarama.

On top of all these remixes being incredibly entertaining, you can grab them all for free in AIFF or MP3 format. Its quite genius and convenient for those music heads out there. The website for this awesome service was designed by Avalon Emerson herself! Listen to snippets of two tracks on the free volume below and catch her somewhere in US during the month of March before she heads back to her new adopted home in Berlin.

Technotronic - Pump Up The Jam (Avalon Emerson's Marshmellow ReHeat)

Bananarama - Love In The First Degree (DZ's Fairlight Freakout)


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Previously :: video :: Avalon Emerson - 'Honest Gangster'

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