Remix #4: Rachel Rosen

This month I have the great privilege of having my song "Rachel Rosen" (inspired by Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep") used as the December song at Remix Fight is a monthly competition where a group of remix artists duke it out by remixing the same song. It is a wonderful example of the wealth and breadth of talent that exists on the Internet.

There are seven different contestants in the remix fight of "Rachel Rosen". Each one is wildly creative and completely unique. Go here to check it out and vote on your favorite one.

Remix #4 is the remix artist who goes by the name of Undesirable's version of "Rachel Rosen". I will eventually post all of the remixes that entered this month's contest but this re-imagining of the song was the first one to grab me.

Undesirable managed to keep the spirit of the original song while creating something completely different. This remix accomplishes the difficult task of being both robotic and emotional at the same time. I love how he constructed a new melody from the samples of my vocal, and how he created the glitching and stuttering droid-like effects that inhabit his arrangement. It is a stellar piece of work.

I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do,

Special Thanks to MC Jack in the Box for picking "Rachel Rosen" for this month's remix fight.

Related Posts:
  1. Sci-Fi Song #6: "Rachel Rosen": This is my original recording of the song
  2. "Android Girlfriend": A great mash-up using "Rachel Rosen" and a few other songs.


  1. Thanks for the nice review of my remix. I enjoyed your song and it was fun to remix.

  2. No problem. I love what you did with the song and I would really like to hear what my other songs would sound like if you remixed them.

    Thanks for the great remix.

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