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Thomas Oliver – Shine Like The Sun (Nu:Logic Remix) [Official Video]

The smooth Nu:Logic remix of Thomas Oliver’s “Shine Like The Sun”.

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Logistics – We Are One (Nu:Logic Remix)

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Taken from Logistics 2012 EP ‘We Are One’

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Electric Guest – This Head I Hold (Nu:Logic Remix)

Released May 20th on Warner.
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Electric Guest – This Head I Hold (Nu:Logic Remix) is released May 20th on Warner.

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“Electric Guest’s single ‘This Head I Hold’ has already received over 4 million views on YouTube across two official videos and has hit the charts in the States and France. Recently boosted by a Tweet by Emma Watson, ‘This Head I Hold’ is now set to be released in the UK on May 20th on Warner Bros. Records.

Taken from their debut album ‘Mondo’ which is out now, ‘This Head I Hold’ was produced by Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, Gorillaz, The Black Keys). The album possesses an almost old-fashioned love of melody as it switches genres with blatant disregard for simple categorisation. Assisted by Danger Mouse’s talents — contemporary ingenuity rooted within pop’s most essential and traditional attributes — it’s clear why Electric Guest are so immediately enticing to such a wide audience.”

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