Daft Punk – TRON Legacy (Adam Freeland’s 303 Remix)

 

And there’s more Daft Punk remixes. I really wasn’t going to post any more. But when some of the quality of breaks specialist Adam Freeland (previously here) does a mix, you’ve got to listen. Be rude not to. Anyway, according to Marine Parade “he borrowed Orbital’s 303 to record the mix.”

So, what’s it like? The standard to beat remains The 14th Minute’s remix (here). Frankly, this is huge. Big fat squelchy bass and some background burbling. Quality stuff. The mix just gradually gets better and better, adding new layers and elements. Half way through, it ups a couple of gears with the film sample and then 303 makes its guest starring appearance and send the track into classic acid territory. For me, Adam’s just raised the bar on Tron remixes.

Daft Punk – Tron Legacy (Adam Freeland’s 303 Mix)

Adam was recently commisioned to remix Daft Punk’s TRON Legacy soundtrack. Go to www.marineparade.net for an exclusive free download of his official and as yet unreleased ‘303 Remix’.

 http://soundcloud.com/adamfreeland/daft-punk-tron-legacy-adam-freeland-remix

~ by acidted on May 5, 2011.

One Response to “Daft Punk – TRON Legacy (Adam Freeland’s 303 Remix)”

  1. […] gone away and come back with a revamp. But it now has to exceed the bar set by Adam Freeland (here). And that is a pretty high bar. So, how’s he done? The remix remains restrained (110bpm). […]

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