So, there I was saying the world and their mother in law are doing Daft Punk remixes. And what happens? Everyone claims to be my mother in law. Here are three more. The threshold they have to beat is The 14th Minute’s fabulous remix of End of Line (here).

Rhythm Scholar’s remix is of Derezzed, which is bad as it’s ubiquitous. But the remix shows restraint on the beats for the first minute, giving it a proper introduction, which is excellent. The rest of the track bounces along happily. Really rather good.

Daft Punk – Derezzed (Rhythm Scholar Remix)

He says: Please do me a favor and cast your vote for this remix in the Indaba TRON remix contest. http://tinyurl.com/44weyyz Very easy. No registration required. just VOTE and then confirm your vote in the email they send you. Thanks for your support! ūüôā

Nudge Nudge Nudge¬†from Poland is¬†the one claiming to be the mother-in-law. Can’t be. She comes from Germany.¬†He remixes The Grid, which is good as it’s a bit less used than Derezzed. This goes for an epic cinematic approach. Hi energy electro with a nice buzzy bass. Pleasant but not outstanding. Sorry.

Daft Punk – The Grid (Nudge Nudge Nudge Remix)

Here’s a link to the indaba submission: http://www.indabamusic.com/opportunities/tron/submissions/54925

And finally, another remix of The Grid. This time by Silenx, who did the excellent Midnight Dreamer (here). I had high hopes for this one. But it’s the most disappointing. This sounds like an excerpt from a¬†soundtrack, rather than a track on its own. Has good menacing drums though – March of the 50ft Robots.

Daft Punk – The Grid (Silenx Remix)

Here’s the indabamusic link: http://www.indabamusic.com/opportunities/tron/submissions/54730

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~ by acidted on May 3, 2011.

One Response to “DAFT PUNK REMIXES (2)”

  1. […] had a remix of Silenx here, a remix by Silenx here and now an original by Silenx here in this very post. Silenx is Joel Azevedo from Portugal and […]

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