We’re still not totally sure what this “wonky” shit that 1990 told us about is, but we’re enjoying it. Thanks to Shuffler.fm’s curation of wonky jams, we’ve been able to kind of get an idea of what exactly comprises “wonky”, and we’ve already found something we’re into. From what we’ve heard, it seems to be a very hi-fi, very major key rap-influenced type of downtempo electronic music. It’s like intergalactic dance music on ecstasy. This Sinjin Hawke remix of Brooklyn Balearic pop group Lemonade’s single “Neptune“,featured on May 2012’s Diver, perfectly exemplifies that sound. An austere, mysterious Korallreven-esque aura is effected from the outset, and yet that atmosphere is then punctuated perfectly by a heavy bassline and a set of some underground hip-hop beats. Like something straight out of Star Slinger’s playbook, vocal samples loop and shift pitches throughout the duration of the tune, adding heart to the singing synths and the space-station-dance-floor vibe. We hope you’ll excuse the prominent ass featured in the embedded video, as we’re pretty sure that everyone likes ass, right? Either way, though, do tha right thing, and grab a free MP3 copy of Montréal beatmaker Sinjin Hawke’s retouch of Lemonade’s “Neptune” and have fun exploring the planetary tones of “wonky” music.