We know we can’t get a handle on all the new music that comes out in a given day so we’ve neatly packaged together some of the best indie, alternative, rock,  & remixed tracks you might have missed.

Dada Life – Feed The Dada

Filled with so much energy, between these two, non-stop bass lines will accompany many as they take their morning/afternoon runs. Dubbed by the Swedish duo that this track has the “biggest drop ever,” it is not argued against after you listen to the electric house “Feed The Dada,” and its rush of happiness that you get just from listening to it. There is also a video to this thrill ride here.

Purity Ring – Ungirthed

Recently releasing their album Shrines, filled with R&B-inspired future pop beats, Purity Ring‘s track from the album “Ungirthed” is thrilling to the ears, laced with quick-claps and ghost like vocals. Although it is noted that the recent album release can be overwhelming at times, between the hiccuping bass, menacing mixture of glitches and altered beats, sometimes drowning out the vocals, it is to be believed that this is the kind of music to throw on a couple of beats headphones and drown out the rest of the world to.

DOWNLOAD: Purity Ring – Ungirthed

Feed Me- Little Cat Steps (Original Mix)

It is absolutely amazing how this track builds. Feed Me creates a little ciaos of the mind by incorporating textures to the track “Little Steps” that tickle the senses; the intro of slow building strings and vocals toward the end from children. I think there’s a reason Deadmau5 chose this artist on his mau5trap label.

How To Dress Well – Cold Nights (Koreless Remix)

In anticipation of his forthcoming sophomore album Total Loss due on September 18, last month How To Dress Well released this smooth enticing, filled with sultry crooning “Cold Nights,” then handed to the media from Glasglow producer Koreless. Filled with melodies, seemingly from a music box and light drum percussion, this track definitely is chill.

The Kooks – Runaway (Lonsdale Boys Club Remix)

Although it is believed that Lonsdale Boys Club released this track “Runaway” about five months ago, but apparently it is just now popping up on mainstream media. Its revamped sultry sound really doesn’t alter the track itself from the original by The Kooks, but merely slowing the track down, adding a few things and giving you a different taste of something already pretty amazing.

DOWNLOAD: The Kooks – Runaway (Lonsdale Boys Club Remix)

Chad Valley – Fall 4 U (f. Glasser)

As if he needed any time after last year’s Equatorial Ultravox EP, Chad Valley is back and is due to release his LP Younger Hunger on October 30 via Cascine. From his previously released tracks from the upcoming LP, including “Fall 4 U,” he proves that not only that his upcoming release will show growth and improvement from last years love fest, not that it needed much improvement, but also that its 80s style feel, accompanied by Glasser‘s lovely vocals and something that crowds can long for.

Florence + The Machine – Spectrum (Calvin Harris Remix)

Adding his iconic house sound, Calvin Harris gives us his rendition of Florence + The Machine‘s “Spectrum.” This track definitely sounds like it could have been debuted in the 90’s, but still the head finds its head moving to this dance track. With Florence’s voice bellowing throughout this entire mix, its amazingly placed bass lines, most certainly make this a candidate for the next dance floor.

DOWNLOAD: Florence + The Machine – Spectrum (Calvin Harris Remix)

Stars – Hold On When You Get Love and Let Go When You Give It

Reminding me of a more indie/alternative Phil Collins, Canadian indie pop Stars reveals the second track from their forthcoming record The North, due to be released via ATO September 4. Being that this has a anthemic beat, like they might have had M83’s latest in their rotation, pulsing with synth rock sound, this track is definitely something that sounds familiar, but doesn’t lack its own finesse.

DOWNLOADStars – Hold On When You Get Love and Let Go When You Give It