Flume- “Insane” ft. Moon Holiday (Sebastian Carter Edition)

“Insane” is one of my favorite tracks by Flume, and Seabstian Carter has put out some great remixes this year, so I was excited to see him release this one. It’s a subtle, but very skillfully produced remix; the general vibe is more along the lines of chill/downtempo house, and the tempo is slightly faster than the original. The gently pulsating beats manage to be both hypnotically enticing and a little relaxing at the same time.

Stream it below, and if you like what you hear, it’s available as a free download via a link on the Soundcloud page.

The 1975- “You” (Sebastian Carter remix)


Another brilliant remix from one of my new favorite producers, Sebastian Carter. I love his work, and I was super excited to see that he decided to remix a song by The 1975. Indie rock meets chill beats…few things are better when it comes to my musical preferences. He preserves the feel of the original track and adds his own touch to it in a way that’s subtle but that still gives the listener a brand new way of experiencing the song. It definitely has a more chilled out, flowy vibe than the original, and it makes for great late night listening.

The 1975- “You” (Sebastian Carter remix)

Alt-J “Breezeblocks” (Sebastian Carter Remix)


Check out this awesome remix of Alt-J’s “Breezeblocks” by Sebastian Carter and follow him on Soundcloud to get his other remixes. I actually like this version better than the original song. The beats work perfectly; it’s chill and downtempo with a bit of trap.

And if you “like” his Facebook page, you’ll get access to free downloads.