Just in time for Thanksgiving, the Vice empire has cooked up some snarky rhymes, headphone-wrecking, apocalyptic beats from some of the label's best and most recent reworkings for you to devour. Courtesy of Vice Records, all the remixes you see below were sliced and diced from hipster favorites Justice, Spankrock, The Streets, and Bloc Party. Download it, pass it around, play it at your parties. This music is meant to be heard (and danced to). Happy gobble gobble!
Britney can sound listenable with the right producer--in this case, Justice implements a C&C Music Factory-reminiscent synth stab to spice things up. You'll wish they'd all met a long time ago.
This mix-up is brilliant containing Justice's ruthless synths and the knockout MC, Amanda Blank.
Don't know how they do it, but MSTRKRFT always makes the remix sound far better than the original, and the same goes for this Panthers cut--a perfect blend of frustrated indie lyrics and searing electro beats.
This triple mash-up sees the indie rhythms of old-school Vice signees DFA1979 and synth-electro band Shiny Toy Guns folding nicely into the alien snyths of Justice's playground jam, D.A.N.C.E.
The distortions in this one kind of make Gwen sound like a dude, but Bloc Party's trademark tones even it out.
A perfect mash made up of sweet symphonies.
"Get Out Of My House" features a bevy of Brit rappers rappin' about the overnight gal who'll never leave the bachelor pad.