Here’s a unique collection of remixes made by a young gun who goes by the name James Deen. The sound of his early synthpop work, in addition to that of his most recent LP titled Transylvania, is similar to the sophomoric material of well known groups in the electronic music field. The Remixes EP offers 8 highly stylized enumerations of tracks by both popular and lesser known acts, each a radical transformation and unconventional re-imagining of different musical genres. Selections yet to pick up on the radar — those you might not have heard before — are worth a few minutes checking out to get a sense for the originals and how far the artists here has gone in creating something new again. One-off remix drops of popular singles tend to over sensationalize generic sounds, focusing too loosely on reinterpretations of their own sounds or the context of the subject material, both things that James Deen in the Remixes EP, remains beyond.