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The Soundmen are the production/DJ duo of Scott Durday and Justin Jamison, hailing from Seattle, Washington who love to make great music. Whether its a buzzing indie band or hardened MC, they craft the knocking sonics to make a track standout. The boys surf, score surf vids, remix songs, produce bangers and have begun to release their own solo material.
Their first solo record was released in October of 2012 via Dither Down Records and featuring the vocals on Dominique Keegan (All Dom Wrong) of The Glass and Plant Music. Next up for 2013 are multiple followup singles, and EP, new remixes, and production with a diverse and talented group of artists.
Official Production Discography (does not include white label bootlegs)
*Brett - Visions (The Soundmen Remix) - dFm Records
* Carousel - Take Me Away (The Soundmen Remix)
* Jasmine Solano - Cruisin' (The Soundmen Remix)
* Alison Valentine - Peanut Butter (The Soundmen Remix) - HeavyRoc Music
* Voltaire Twins - Young Adult (The Soundmen Remix)
* Panic City - Ancient Aliens (The Soundmen Remix) - BlackLights Music
* OnCue - Feel Tall (The Soundmen Remix)
* 33hz - Nightspot (The Soundmen Remix) - Dither Down Records
* Erick Arc Elliot (of The Flatbush Zombies) - French (produced by The Soundmen)
* The Soundmen - Funny Feeling featuring All Dom Wrong (Dither Down Records)
* Unouomedude - Frequency (The Soundmen Remix) - Old Flame Records
* Glasvegas - Geraldine (The Soundmen Remix) - Columbia Records
* Foster The People - Call It What You Want (The Soundmen Remix) - Columbia Records
* 33hz - Under The Sun (The Soundmen Remix) - Dither Down Records
* 33hz - See The Light (The Soundmen Remix) - Dither Down Records
* Saadi - Bad Seeds (The Soundmen Remix) - Dither Down Records
* Saadi - Dodecahedron (The Soundmen Remix) - Dither Down Records
* Dev - Bass Down Low (The Soundmen Remix - Universal Records
* Johnny Polygon - Fu**in' Awesome (Produced by The Soundmen)
Pre 2011 Production and Remixes:
The Limousines, The Drums, Macy Gray, Johnny Polygon, Local Natives, Ron Browz, G Dep, Babs Bunny, Murda Mook, Balize
Produced and remixed for: Foster The People, Betty Who, Johnny Polygon, Ron Browz, The Limousines, Brett, Blondfire, Macy Grey, Local Natives, The Other Tribe, June, P.SO, UnoUomedude, Glasvegas, Augustana, Roxy Cottontail, Jae Millz, Murda Mook, Saadi, 33HZ
Our new French Horn Rebellion and St. Lucia remix is OUT. Give it a heart on HypeM or Soundcloud! https://soundcloud.com/french-horn-rebellion/youre-all-right-ft-st-lucia-the-soundmen-remix
soundcloud.com Order the remix on iTunes now off of "Next Jack Swing pt. 1 Remixes": http://apple.co/1zNhG7t Original song off of "Next Jack Swing pt. 1" album: http://apple.co/1zblDwe You’re All Right Written by
A little humpday love from University Hype! http://universityhype.com/all-of-the-people-panama-wedding-the-soundmen/
Its Friday. Don't Stop. Go Crazy.
soundcloud.com Just in time for looming summer BBQs and beach trips, We have taken Iamsu’s “Only That Real” (featuring 2 Chainz & Sage The Gemini) and transformed it from a brooding banger built for box Chevys and s
Throwback Thursday. A comprehensive Soundmen remix playlist. https://soundcloud.com/mcscottd/sets/the-soundmen-remixes
discobelle.net Panama Wedding – All Of The People (The Soundmen Remix) Apr 22 2015 Nancy Indie dance duo The Soundmen today dropped off an unreleased Panama Wedding remix of their track “All Of The People.” Bright shiny synths and finger snaps make for an irresistibly dance-y song. Take a listen below. Tweet Disco…
Just unearthed an unreleased remix we did for Panama Wedding. Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/mcscottd/panama-wedding-all-of-the-people-the-soundmen-remix
soundcloud.com An unreleased remix we did for one of our fav tracks. Enjoy while it lasts. Now unearthed since the weather is better.
The homie Panic City just released a beast of a track. Don't miss this. https://soundcloud.com/dimmakrecords/panic-city-oakland
soundcloud.com “O.A.K.L.A.N.D.” is nod to Dim Mak newcomer Panic City's birthplace and home of the Hyphy movement. Having grown up with the influence of iconic Bay area artists like E-40, Keak Da Sneak, and Too Shor