Told you the o-o-o-odds

Some of you might still remember my remix for’s Heads Up! Admittedly, it was noisy, messy, it hit harder than I expected, and it was fun.

I think I was in a similar mood, when I finally put my hands on Never Tell Me The Odds by British The West View alias Jake Griffiths. Jake is also the host of my favourite electronic music radio show Electrodrome. That’s how he got to know my previous remixes, and when he asked me if I wanted to contribute a remix for his upcoming single, I took a deep listen. And fell in love with the distinct end-of-90s/early 00s Indie Pop attitude of Never Tell Me The Odds. Heck, was I happy to remix it.

Truth be told, sometimes if tracks are already too perfect, from my point of view, it’s getting hard to add your own voice to it. And that almost happened here. But I wouldn’t be freaking Sorry if I couldn’t crack this one—and I certainly loved doing it. My remix honours the original and uses as many of the pieces from the original as I could. And out it is, a funky and almost pop-reinterpretation of Jake’s very special song, with a strong dosis of Ghetto Funk, Big Beat and a hint of The Chemical Brothers.

Without further ado — go and have a listen to Never Tell Me The Odds (Sorry the Hedgehog Remix).

Daddy speaking!

I originally met Wera Stasiak online through my Beim Späti Spotify playlist for alternative electronic music from Berlin, for which I polled submissions on various Berlin-based music groups on Facebook and elsewhere. Long story short, we got into touch again and agreed upon me remixing here latest release California Daddy. And here it is, in all its glory.

Where did I go this time? I strove to make a dance version, something that could be played in a Berlin club. Did I succeed? It turned out, I was more up for a deep Electronic Pop re-version of this song. Yes, you can and certainly should dance to it, but something of my poppier side resonated and made it a cool, cute, slightly glitchy new interpretation of Wera’s neat song. Who’s ye daddy now?

Listen to California Daddy (Sorry the Hedgehog Remix)

Put your remix up!

Did I dream (or did you)? Yes, barely any time passed, and here is another remix, this time for the fabulous from Berlin. I enjoyed taking apart this treasure of a song, and making it purely my own.

Heads Up! is a jazzy pop song with a positive, earnest message. No matter how shitty you might be, failing or achieving – you’re good the way you are. It took up on the very uplifting vibe and message and turned it into a glitchful, almost psycho funky broken-beat weirdness. I pitched, rewound, stopped, chopped and mangled vocals and all kinds of elements from the song and made it a rather wild ride on its own. I even believe this is my best work so far as a remixer and producer. YUM!

Listen to the song here, if you dare. Or enjoy the music video that I created for the remix. That is also wild.

The remix has me back

Only two days ago, a new shiny remix saw the light of day. I put my furry paws onto’s The City Has You Back. In fact, it’s actually my second remix for him, but the first will see the light of day a tad bit later.

It’s hard for me to pinpoint the genre for this one. It’s not as chaotic as some of my other remixes, and I went for a more atmospheric Nu-Disco/Indie Dance approach to get around this jazzy gem from

You should definitely listen here if you didn’t already, also check out his other music.

Warning Signs!

Tomorrow it’s out, Eric C. Powell’s Fly Away remix album. Including my remix for his Warning Signs. Yay!

New remixes soon!

Dear Hedgehog friends. While I was busy writing, producing and promoting my debut album as, I’ve not slept and remixed and produced some gems to come very soon.

On May 21 (this Friday) Eric C. Powell’s Fly Away remix album will appear on all usual download, streaming, skipping-through-tracks platforms. It features my remix for his Warning Signs, a bit of a quirky affair chopping up his way-too-quiet ballad to an uptempo dance affair. The remix recently premiered on WA12 Radio on the BB Show with lovely host Garth Musk, and includes a short over-the-net interview with me. And you can buy or download it through Bandcamp and support Eric.

A week later, you’ll be prompted to tune in to my remix for’s The City Has You Back. All ready for pre-save on Spotify. It’s a electric kind-of-Dub Indie Dance remix coming in full length and in an I-am-young-and-have-no-time-to-lose edit.

More to come soon, promise 😉.