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.

Imogen Heap – Headlock (FreakMe Edit)

If you are a true Imogen Heap fan, meaning before the whole “Jason Derulo” phase, you would know that the way that this artist shines is through simplicity and amazing showcases of vocals. It is amazing to have a producer such as FreakMe understand that and give us another flavor of Imogen Heap. This producer chose “Headlock” to add his flair to, and surprisingly doesn’t interrupt the fluidity of the original’s whimsical taste. All that themahoganyblog.com could say was “interesting,” and that is completely agreeable.

Deadmau5 – The Veldt (PrototypeRaptor’s Remix)

Taking on scale multiple elements of what makes up a great electronic dance piece, complete with anticipation and hypnosis, Jonathan Paulsen, aka PrototypeRaptor scores once again on Deadmau5‘s “The Veldt.” The beautiful piano melody in combination with wicked rumbling bass lines and synths, PrototypeRaptor mixes this chilled “over ice” romantic progressive house masterpiece to rival all rivals. Its minimalistic scene and simplicity almost elevate the original, now causing the listeners to not only hear the track, but feel its deepness as well. Somehow though, when the strings kick in at around 3:00, I think of that particular melody possibly being featured in a 007 scene.

DOWNLOAD: Deadmau5 – The Veldt (PrototypeRaptor’s Remix)

David Guetta & Alesso – Every Chance We Get We Run (f. Tegan Quin & Sara)

Soon to be featured on the upcoming Nothing But The Beat 2.0, David Guetta features Alesso, and  the lovely vocals of Tegan & Sara on the electro record “Every Chance We Get We Run.” This track features all that Guetta has always brought to the table, but has a calmer, dream-like, less pumped feel to it. It is always nice to hear several artists come together to create different sounds that don’t always have a DJ Khaled tag on it.

DOWNLOAD: David Guetta & Alesso – Every Chance We Get We Run (f. Tegan Quin & Sara)

Bob Marley – Jammin (Benny Benassi Remix)

To be frank, it would be quite unfathomable to see anyone but Benny Benassi attempting to alter a monster like this one. In celebration of Jamaica’s 50th year of independence, Benassi gives us his interpretation of Bob Marley‘s “Jammin.” Stating that he has “always been a huge Bob Marley fan since day one” and how “thrilled and honoured” he is to have been given “the opportunity to apply a few Benassi tricks to such an all-time classic and masterpiece,” he concludes hoping to have done the track justice. I believe you have my friend.

Noosa – Walk On By (Sound Remedy Remix)

The latest from Sound Remedy, his rendition of Noosa’s “Walk On By,” is absolutely breathtaking. Combining the enticing vocals of Sky Barabarick and various electronic sounds and synthesizer whistles and tunes make this track definitely a track worth having on repeat. Not only are the lyrics amazing, the sound backing those words up works in perfect harmony to produce something noteworthy of being one of the best remixes to date from Sound Remedy.

DOWNLOAD: Noosa Walk On By (Sound Remedy Remix)

Hot Chip – How Do You Do (Todd Terje Remix)

On their new album In Our Heads, Hot Chip gives us this flowing disco groove “How Do You Do.” Scandinavian disco master Todd Terje gives the already upbeat jam into a seemingly never ending dance party storyline that is ready for the next dance floor. It is very light on the ears, but seeds cool vibes down the spine with each of the rhythms processions.

City Rain – Montage

The duo of Ben Runyan and Jarrett Zerrer, or better known as City Rain, recently released their highly anticipated EP Montage last week. The lead track “Montage” is only a taste of the experimental team, emotionally charged with several developing electro beats and instrumental elements. This ambient track features a killer downtempo foundation, which is also very pleasant to the ears.

DOWNLOAD: City Rain – Montage

Rihanna – We Found Love (Thomas Gold Bootleg)

Could be a good thing or a bad thing that Rihanna‘s “We Found Love” has been getting so much attention from producers; sad thing is, I can hardly remember how the original featuring Calvin Harris sounds in comparison to some of the edits I have been hearing. Berlin-based DJ/producer Thomas Gold does a edit of the track, and thankfully changes things up as to where this is definitely nothing like any of the other remixes I have heard, nor is it anything like the original. Fortunately for us, this house drenched bootleg was something needed to mix things up and is breathtaking.

DOWNLOAD: Rihanna – We Found Love (Thomas Gold Bootleg)

Bon Iver – Holocene (NiT GriT Remix)

The Bon Iver challenge continues. San Jose, Califonia’s NiT GriT decides to give us his rendition of the indie track “Holocene.” Not that the original or the remixed version are in competition with each othe; just that this revamp sounds more like it should have been the original. NiT GriT embraces the true nature of the track, but it is definitely a switch from the bass and dubstep sound he usually gives the world. Not too bad.