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With a vast discography that testaments his ability to master countless different sounds behind him, long-serving Austrian producer Marcus Füreder, better known as Parov Stelar, turns his creative guise to the stylings of renowned songstress Lana Del Rey. Taking on a song from the American’s acclaimed album ‘Born To Die’, his remix of ‘Dark Paradise’ strips back the original’s soulful exuberance in an atmospheric remodel that provides a melodic and docile digression in a similar vein as Stelar’s already impressive musical footsteps.

More info on the release as we get it.

Brandishing the seal of approval from Pete Tong and Mark Knight alike, House maestro Marc Kinchen releases his three sought-after remixes of Lana Del Rey’s latest single, ‘Summertime Sadness’, one of which is a collaborative effort with likeminded Hot Creations head honcho Lee Foss.

Headlined by the bubbly, toe-tapping synths of MK’s ‘Feel It In The Air’ mix, the MK and Lee Foss remix and Kinchen’s Simon Large version are left to bring a slightly darker feel into the equation. Turning groovy tides of rhythmic prescision with a backbone of that vintage energy that has played as the soundtrack to their ascent, there is little to fault in these worthy remixes of a song that is proving a hard one to shake off the club circuit.

Out today on Beatport.

As premiered by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, House maestro Marc Kinchen unites with likeminded Hot Creations head honcho Lee Foss to put their twist on Lana Del Rey’s latest single, ‘Summertime Sadness’.

Not to be confused with MK’s own ‘In The Air’ remix, the MK and Lee Foss remix certainly borrows from Kinchen’s toe-tapping synths, but adds a slightly darker feel to the track. Turning groovy tides of rhythmic prescision with a backbone of that vintage energy that has played as the soundtrack to their ascent, there is little to fault in this worthy remix of a song that is proving a hard one to shake off the club circuit.

A release date is yet to be announced.

With New York’s Lana Del Rey already reigning in as one of the most commonly remixed pop assets over the past year, Miami-based producer Cedric Gervais is next in line to take on the darker pop stylings of ‘Summertime Sadness’ for Dutch label Spinnin’ Records.

Where previous official remixes of the song have showcased the less commercial side of Dance music, Gervais turns his head for the more mainstream shores to lay down a euphoric, synth-laden number of the indie-pop queen’s latest single.

Out today on Beatport.

With New York’s Lana Del Rey already reigning in as one of the most commonly remixed pop assets over the past year, Miami-based producer Cedric Gervais is next in line to take on the darker pop stylings of ‘Summertime Sadness’ for Dutch label Spinnin’ Records.

Where previous official remixes of the song have showcased the less commercial side of Dance music, Gervais turns his head for the more mainstream shores to lay down a euphoric, synth-laden number of the indie-pop queen’s latest single.

Out February 1st.

With New York’s Lana Del Rey already reigning in as one of the most commonly remixed pop assets of 2012, enigmatic German producer Christophe Hoeffel, better known as Kris Menace is next in line to take on the darker pop stylings of ‘Blue Jeans’.

Already renowned for his multifaceted production output for the likes of Size Records and Permanent Vacation, Del Rey’s emotive stylings prove the perfect peak of imagination for Hoeffel’s deep Electronic sound. Pitting deep and dark melodic swells alongside the original’s haunting top line, it is Hoeffel’s calm and collected approach that makes his take on ‘Blue Jeans’ one of the more accomplished remixes for Lana Del Rey to date.

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Words by Dan Carter

Enigmatic Dutch producer Joris Voorn has kept us waiting for his highly anticipated edit of Lana Del Ray’s ‘Video Games’. First unveiled at his birthday celebrations in February, Voorn opts to give this cut of the chart-raking anthem a free release on the run up to Miami WMC. Undeniably not his best work to date, the sophisticated styling of his deeper House grooves marks a familiar and somewhat inspiring cut from the usually groundbreaking Netherlands asset turned Rejected head honcho. Donning a substantial Electronic diversion to the originals emotive properties, this is an edit still well worth a listen, bringing a suitable modern club twist to the mournful melodic realms of pop music’s latest vocal heartthrob.

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Lana Del Rey – Video Games (Joris Voorn Edit)

Words by Dan Carter

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