Alannah Scorer, Avenoir Mag

Soul Technology is filled with meaningful lyrics and haunting vocals alongside electronic synth-like beats. I love the wavelength these guys are currently on, with quotes like “Shine the light of truth, into the shadows, past the circus of destruction” it’s hard to not see the beauty in the art of Dream Circle.

Hype Machine

This “Dark Star” remix is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of Dream Circle’s dazzling electronic work. Combining a love for world music, art, and activism, the Brooklyn-based trio has a ton of worthwhile material available throughout the Unemployable Music Soundcloud. In addition to this fantastic remix (and original), other highlights from the group include the stylishly infectious remix of “Original”, also by Pherixx, and the bubbly “So Many Things (A-Frillz 4:20 Remix)”, which reminds very favorably of Ryan Hemsworth’s pitch-fluctuation-loving material. Dream Circle are delivering some exotically consuming sounds at an enjoyably rapid rate. – Mike Mineo

URB.com, Jason Chang

“Dream Circle Premiere New Remix Video “Dark Star (Pherixx Remix)” – From their latest release, LOST ART (The Pherixx Remixes) via Unemployable Music, Dream Circle has released a remix video for “Dark Star (Pherixx Remix)”. In this reinterpretation, a girl is wandering around in a forest, enjoying a psychedelic connection with the surrounding redwood trees.”[/vc_column_text]

IndieShuffle.com, Sweenie Kovar

“Dream Circle is a duo of musicians and new-age thinkers based out of Brooklyn. Manifesting their thoughts into creation, Dream Circle has built their own indie imprint, Unemployable Music, as a platform for their sounds. The lead single comes courtesy of a budding young producer from Calgary, A-Frillz.” – Sweenie Kovar

URB.com, Jason Chang

NYC duo, Dream Circle, released their “So Many Things” (The Remixes) EP that features eight separate remixes of their song “So Many Things” taken from their latest full length release Lost Art. The project started as a remix contest and the duo selected eight winners to be included in the remix project.

Their album is a soulful journey that continues on their “So Many Things” Remix EP. From dance-floor friendly remixes to slowed down atmospheric Hip Hop mixes and all in between, “So Many Things” (The Remixes) presents many styles of the electronic music spectrum.

Enjoy the A-Frillz 4:20 remix of “So Many Things” which starts as a soulful take on the original while developing into a bass-heavy dubstep that will put your speakers in jeopardy.

The Couch Sessions

Dream Circle’s music was always dance friendly, with dope female vocals and house heavy beats; having genuine dance producers take a crack at it will only just make it even more beat friendly. We’ve got the Pherixx Remix for you today that slows things up a bit. It’s the perfect music to play in the background during a lazy sunday morning while recuperating from partying the night before, plus it features a sax solo.

 

RawDrive.com, the Vice President of Soul

“So Many Things” described by URB Magazine as “Santigold meets Massive Attack” is a soulful journey that continues on their Remix EP. From dance-floor friendly remixes to slowed down atmospheric Hip Hop mixes and all in between “So Many Things” (The Remixes) presents many styles of the electronic music spectrum.”Enjoy Pherixx’s remix of “So Many Things” which is a hazy take on the original version breathing new life into the song.”

Nu-soulmag.com

“Brooklyn, NYC duo Dream Circle recently released their “So Many Things” (The Remixes) EP that features 8 separate remixes of their song “So Many Things” taken from their latest full length release “Lost Art.” The project started as a remix contest and the duo selected 8 winners to be included in the remix project. Their album, described by URB Magazine as “Santigold meets Massive Attack” is a soulful journey that continues on their “So Many Things” Remix EP. From dance-floor friendly remixes to slowed down atmospheric Hip Hop mixes and all in between “So Many Things” (The Remixes) presents many styles of the electronic music spectrum. The A-Frillz 4:20 remix of “So Many Things” which starts as a soulful take on the original while develops into a bass-heavy Dubstep that will put your speakers in jeopardy. “

URB.com, Jason Chang

“For those of you who enjoyed Dream Circle’s debut EP Lost Art, we have a special treat for you.  Exclusive to URB Magazine, we are premiering Pherixx’ remix of “So Many Things”; one of the remix tracks off Dream Circle’s remix EP.  Featuring winners from the Unemployable Music remix contest, producers from all around the world were challenged to re-creating this uplifting and empowering track, crossing musical styles and boundaries.  The results is an eight-track remix project showing us how each track has inspired these artists, with their own stylistic, personal interpretations.”

THIS IS BOOK’S MUSIC

Brooklyn’s Dream Circle have a new song called “So Many Things” and they’re offering the song to you in a multitude of ways. Each version of the song sounds different from the other, distinctive enough to where you can now hear it as once in a remix album for it.”