Best Remixes of Phoenix

Without a doubt, French rock band, Phoenix, has made a significant impact on today’s music scene. Composed of Thomas Mars, Christian Mazzalai, Laurent Brancowitz, and Deck d’Arcy, the alternative, indie pop group have issued a number of blockbuster releases with highly acclaimed labels, including Glassnote, Loyauté, and Astralwerks.

While their music is certainly remarkable, the band also shares an extraordinary history with our favorite robotic duo, Daft Punk, as each of the groups collaborated underneath the moniker, Darlin’, once upon a time.

So, what does Phoenix have planned for the new year? We’re not quite sure, so for the moment, let’s take a look at some remixes of their work:

Let’s get this started with a little funk, shall we? Canadian producer, Robotaki, laid some upbeat discopop vibes over Phoenix’s hit, 1901, in excellent fashion.

This list definitely wouldn’t be complete unless Uppermost made an appearance. His take on Bourgeois is something special.

Remember when Phoneix hosted a remix competition for chart-topping track, Trying To Be Cool? Well, discopop artist, Anoraak, took a stab at it and the results were quite amazing.

Roughly a year ago, Mike Lévy aka Gesaffelstein took an experimental approach when remixing Phoenix’s Bankrupt!. Definitely one of our favorites.

How about some indie pop? Look no further – RAC has you covered with a smashing remix of Armistice.

And last, but not least, we have Discothrill producer, LeMarquis, rounding out the pack with a light, nu disco rework of Phoenix’s Fences.

Want to hear more remixes of Phoenix? Check out our full playlist here.