Monthly Archives: November 2012

Wonder Girls Like Money – Indaba Music Remix Contest

Indaba Music has begun a remix contest of the Wonder Girls’ Like Money single. Submissions for the contest, so far, have been fairly mediocre. Still, it provides the variety-seeking-DJ with a range of remix options for da wandagal’s song. Search through the  submissions on the contest page.

We’d like to endorse Epitone’s remix of Like Money which currently sits at rank #20 on the contest charts. Please feed him your votes to outrank the amateurs currently sitting in the top 10.

As the contest notes, stems are available for purchase for your own musical permutations if the mix.

K-Pop has finally arrived. The club energy that has been electrifying the eastern hemisphere has permeated the current consciousness of American culture. As if to punctuate the point, Wonder Girls, one of the premier K-Pop outfits, have broken into a wider audience with their new single “Like Money”.

Now Wonder Girls and Indaba Music want you to take this tune from the stratosphere to the ionosphere. We’re looking for the hottest Club or Hip-Hop remixes your musical minds can create.

Enter the contest to download the stems and get started.

[131 BPM, Key of D#m] Adamiro – Hypnotize (Areia Balkan ver.)

We really hope this isn’t Jun Areia’s last hurrah. If you haven’t been following him closely, he’s been going through hard times funding his music career. Despite this, Jun has partnered with Adamiro’s agency to produce an official remix. Continue reading

Oppan Gangnam Style Goes with Everything

It’s been great to see Oppan Gangnam Style on top 40 charts the last couple months — currently sitting at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. As a result, dozens of Gangnam Style mashups and edits have appeared in various DJ pools. At this point we’ve collected approximately 50 solid mixes of the kpop charting single. Dj Ravine in his above video demonstrates just how expansive the single has become. Given the grand volume of mashups and edits, we’re deciding whether or not to release a package of what we’ve found. Would you, DJs, appreciate the package? Let us know in the comments.