2012-02-08T11:56:35+00:00 2012-02-08T14:14:45+00:00

Artist Remixed – Lana Del Rey

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There are thousands of popular artists out there today making new singles all the time. With the increase of bedroom producers, though, the ability to simply download a whole studio that you can use right on your lap has made original songs more scarce. Now it seems that you're finding tens of thousands of remixes by artists with more and more ludicrous names, leaving you wondering, "Transexual Viking Sword Bro- what?" This weekly segment will bring you the popular remixes and the never heard of "Transexual Viking Sword Brothers" remixes of a (common) artist's singles. From all these bedroom producers we are seeing one thing, and that is absolutely fantastic, manipulated, warped remixes.

Lana Del Rey is exploding all over the internet right now. Her hit singles "Blue Jeans" and "Video Games" have been getting blog love from everywhere. Her deep passionate vocals and a dreamy melody are two combinations we've seen before; Adele's popularity really started the same way. The idea of Lana Del Rey for Artist Remixed has always been floating around in my mind, and it was not till recently that I decided I could find enough remixes to compile a full list of genres. Unfortunately, there were only 4 source songs that I found remixes of. In time to come I might make a part 2 if remixes keep pumping out of bedroom producers inventory. Until then though I tried to only feature the best of the best so enjoy and share!


There was really two remixes that stuck out as the most popular remixes of Lana Del Rey. The first is Balam Acab's dreamy acid remix that takes the vocals and makes it flow ever so smoothly. The other remix that was hugely popular is PatrickReza'sfilthy static-step remix. One of the best dubstep remixes in my opinion. Enjoy.

Lana Del Rey – Video Games (BALAM ACAB Remix)

      01 Blue Jeans (PatrickReza Dubstep Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (PatrickReza Dubstep Remix)


The dubstep remixes this week are diverse in sound and filth. Frost's energetic remix slaughters Lana's vocals with more grime then what's under your shower drain. Aurora's remix on the other hand starts off a lot smoother and slowly builds up to the drop where we're brought down again; Aurora's remix reminds me a lot of Nero with his symphony sound . Roo Beats remix starts off slow but at the drop we get more bass than we could ask for where the vocals are edited and thrown in the mix. Joan of ART's remix starts off with a high energy intro companied by Lana's singing which turns into a heavier version of the original. Count Ninjula's remix was another very popular remix and for good reason; the slow start is misleading as to what's going to come. We're built up with just the right amount of suspense where it drops with a break and pause structure. Tommy Noble just came out with a amazing energetic remix of "Diet Mtn Dew" which starts off slow but quickly takes you into a fast pace hellish side. My favourite dubstep remix though would have to be Gemini's remix since we're built so slowly up with such suspense but when it drops it completely changes the original becoming a catastrophic [dubstep] nightmare. Enjoy.

      Video Games (FROST Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Video Games (FROST Remix)

      Video Games (Aurora Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Video Games (Aurora Remix)

      Born To Die (Roo Beats Dubstep Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (Roo Beats Dubstep Remix)

      Born To Die (Gemini Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (Gemini Remix)

      Blue Jeans (Joan Of ART Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Joan Of ART Remix)

      Blue Jeans (Count Ninjula Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Count Ninjula Remix)

Diet Mountain Dew (Tommy Noble Remix)



In my search to find Lana Del Rey remixes I came across a few Drum and Bass remixes that are defiantly worthy of a mention. The first remix by Lucid Rhythms starts off very slow but throughout the beginning but quickly picks up until the drop where you find your typical fast bpm. Ashes remix begins similar to Lucid Rhythms remix with a slow beginning but picks up the speed a lot faster taking you quickly to the drop where Ashes uses a mix of Lana's vocals with a fast pace to create a brilliant piece of work. Enjoy.

      Born To Die (Lucid Rhythms Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (Lucid Rhythms Remix)

      Blue Jeans (Ashes Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Ashes Remix)



I'm not typically a fan of Witch House but since Earmilk author Croydon has recently been head over heels for the genre I included this remix to further open people's minds to the unique sound. Moskva's remix takes the vocals and warps and fades them in and out making them sound tainted. Layered with a eerie beat and a ghostly static this remix is a interesting spin on the original "Blue Jeans". Enjoy.

      Blue Jeans (Moskvas Witch House Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Moskva's Witch House Remix)



The Chill Out remixes I found simply re-enforced my belief at how a smooth beat matched with Lana's vocals can create a perfect soundscape. Diminuative's remix is slow and dreamy while Jamie Woon's remix is more beat orientated but still relaxing with edited vocals. Clams Casino works his usual magic again making a dreamscape remix that is slow with a deep bass-kick and a washing synth that floats over you. my favourite chill out remix though would have to be Somni's remix since the vocals are hardly recognizable yet keeps the peaceful nature of the original "Born to Die" leaving a chillwave impression. Enjoy.

      Video Games (Diminuative Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Video Games (Diminuative Remix)

      Video Games (Jamie Woon Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Video Games (Jamie Woon Remix)

      Born To Die (Clams Casino Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (Clams Casino Remix)

      Born to Die (Somni Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Born to Die (Somni Remix)



The Electro remixes were a mix of funky disco to heavy synths tearing away at your speakers. Penguin Prisons remix takes the funkier route with a smooth disco remix layered with a nice beat. Cazzette is no new name to Electro House and seeing a remix by him I had high hopes, I think I had too high of hopes since the remix is alright, a heavy kick with Lana's vocals takes you right up too the heavy electro where it's at a less than usual hectic speed than Cazzette's typical work. Club Clique's remix is more of a disco remix with a nice kick build up to the drop where the melody is changed up.  Baers remix of "Video Games" gets my highlights for Electro remixes with a smooth chopped and screwed version of Lana's vocals until the mid point where Baers change everything up with a funky electro spin. Enjoy.

      04 Video Games (Cazzettes Arrows Sting Hard Mix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Video Games (Cazzette's Arrows Sting Hard Mix)

      07 Blue Jeans (Club Clique Nothing Is Real Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Club Clique 'Nothing Is Real' Remix)

Download: Lana Del Rey – Video Games (Baers Remix)


These two remixes we're really hard to put in any category since they're both very chill yet there is still a deep bass that can kick harder than any of the 'Dubstep' remixes. I've decided to label them 'Future Bass Remixes' since it has all the bass you could want yet not filthy but more a mix of Bass and Chill. Die Amount's remix starts with a creepy recorded vocal and comes in with Lana Del Rey's vocals and a shaking bass. Vitamin Beats remix starts with a groovier intro but quickly adds the bass after toying with Lana Del Rey's vocals. Enjoy.

      11 Diet Mtn Dew (Die Amount Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Diet Mtn Dew (Die Amount Remix)

      10 Diet Mtn Dew (Vitamin Beats Remix)
Download: Lana Del Rey – Diet Mtn Dew (Vitamin Beats Remix)



This week my favourite remix was by AlunaGeorge so great work AlunaGeroge first of all. As stated before this Artist Remixeds main highlights have been more on the 'chiller' side compared to the usual dubstep or electro highlights. Lana Del Rey's smooth voice seems to work so perfectly with a smooth base line and a eerie synth. AlunaGeorge is the perfection of this idea, the duo from London, Britain add a creepy base line mixed with funky acid houses. With a groovy 'Crystal Castles' style synth break-down halfway through and different layers to Lana Del Rey's vocals this remix easily takes my overall favourite. A real treat! Enjoy.

Download: Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (AlunaGeorge Remix)

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  • three songs over and over

    No February 8, 2012 1:27 PM Reply
    • Well Dranoel does clearly state in his write-up that there are mainly 4 songs that comprise the remixes, so your complaint is kind of moot. The real challenge was finding different remixes that showcased the same song in another manner, which I think Dranoeal did.

      Anonymous February 9, 2012 1:43 AM Reply
      • Haha, thanks Gutz! As I did say beforehand there was really only 3 songs which can get a little repetitive but I tired to find a variety of the sounds to further explore Lana's sounds herself. 

        Dranoel February 11, 2012 11:54 AM Reply
  • cool beans. some good stuff in there.
    i'm partial to Diet Mtn Dew (Vitamin Beats Remix)…

    Anon455 February 8, 2012 3:14 PM Reply

    Dozer February 8, 2012 5:22 PM Reply
  • Wow! Happy to see my remix in here. I have such love for Earmilk!


    Moskva February 8, 2012 8:52 PM Reply
    • Np! :)

      Dranoel February 11, 2012 11:55 AM Reply
  • surprised you don't have jakwob and etherwood's remix of video. one of the best imo

    lustub February 9, 2012 3:51 AM Reply
  • It's amazing how so many different artists have their own take on 'Video Games', my personal favourite is Joy Orbison's remix.

    Saad Chughtai February 10, 2012 5:51 AM Reply
  • Some fantastic mixes here.

    Richard White February 10, 2012 5:57 AM Reply
  • you forgot the OXFORD remix for Diet Mtn Dew!!!! O_O

    Martiromances February 10, 2012 6:24 AM Reply

    Aoiehfeaoifheofih February 12, 2012 2:59 AM Reply
  • that balam acab remix is certainly not acid…not sure what you meant by that but I agree that alunageorge's remix is one of the best. although, your description is a bit strange…"creepy base line mixed with funky acid houses" *bass lol and what does funky acid houses even mean? 

    Samuelsson February 14, 2012 12:11 PM Reply
  • I can't wait till people start writing their own music again.

    Archive95 February 15, 2012 3:59 AM Reply
  • Kris Menace remix, Kill Paris remix, moonlight matters remix are also good!

    walem March 23, 2012 9:05 AM Reply
  • Honoured to have my Remix featured on here, a real surprise :) 

    Aurora March 29, 2012 7:26 PM Reply
  • that is not a good representative of 'witch house'… this 'genre' is so up and coming, ten bucks that in two years popular songs will be incorporating chilled out beats and slowed lyrics similar to 'witch house'

    the ratio October 13, 2012 8:56 PM Reply

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