Digitalism remix competition winners

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This weekend sees the Digitalism live show arrive on Australian soil for Parklife, with the German trailblazers set to showcase songs from new album I Love You, Dude. One of the standout moments on that LP is 2 Hearts, and earlier this year we put a call out to budding producers to put their spin on the single. With a covetable swag of prizes up for grabs, the entries came in thick and fast, all with a different take on the driving vocal number.

The top prize went to Jack Ronaldson, who produces as Jac Lyde. “The competition was a fantastic opportunity to remix such a respected and talented artist,” he told inthemix. “Building on the vocals I wanted to create a progressive track that would contrast the fast-paced original. It’s wonderful that it’s been received so well!”

Jack has scored himself a pair of Dynamic Acoustics BM5A MK II monitor speakers from DJ Warehouse (valued at $1795) as well as tickets to Parklife to see Digitalism live and a copy of I Love You, Dude from Co-Operative Music.

You can have a listen to Jac Lyde’s winning remix and the four runners-up below. The only place to see Digitalism is on the Parklife tour this Spring – check out our Live Preview feature to see what’s coming.

1st place – Jac Lyde

2nd place – Low Phonix

3rd place – Fables

4th place – Ren Riz

5th place – Worimi

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Conor- said on the 20th Sep, 2011

Jack's is awesome. Would play in a set. Congrats to all of the entries.


beaumont_music said on the 20th Sep, 2011

the winning mix is very good. melbourne producer ren riz's one does it for me tho. he is def one to watch. his stuff is consistently good.


Chillin said on the 20th Sep, 2011

Great remixes all round, especially loving the ones that took the disco approach


Chillin said on the 20th Sep, 2011

Love Worimi's remix!


thesuntoucher said on the 21st Sep, 2011

Progressive isn't really my thing, but I love the Worimi and Ren Riz remix though. Both better than the top 3 in my opinion


mischief79 said on the 21st Sep, 2011

props to worimi, very nice production!


crazybowers said on the 22nd Sep, 2011

worimis is good. anybody still have the stems ?