On Rendition, episode 2.04, we have five remixes to warm up the first weekend of February. As usual, the focus is on emerging artists, whether they are the original musicians, the producers and DJs remixing the tracks, or both. Kicking off Rendition is London and Los Angeles duo Instant Karma‘s stirring remix of Flor‘s “Unsaid”. They’ve transformed this touching pop song into summery, body-swaying tune that will brighten up anyone’s evening.
But if you want something a little bit more steamy and slowed down, Paris producer Roman Kouder‘s remix of fellow Parisien BLV‘s “My Girl” is for you. Grooving with an ’80s R&B and soul vibe and a ’90s house bass line, this track is the proclamation of cool.
If “My Girl” is sultry, then NINE LIVES remix of MICHL‘s “Kill Our Way To Heaven” is splendidly haunting. Even when the beats and electronics are revved up, NINE LIVES channels all the effects in to retain the song’s mystery and suspense.
Along the same plane is Vancouver producer duo Young Bombs‘ remix of Rozes‘ “Burn Wild”. While they could have completely remade the track into an EDM number, they’ve opted to keep the original’s drama while adding additional layers and textures to heighten the song’s emotions.
We can’t keep the pace mellow, of course. Brazilian producer Cesare has taken Penguin Prison‘s hit club song “Show Me The Way” and made it into a dance anthem. It’s not an EDM track, but more of a groovy, electro-pop, hip-shaking remake. It’s just what you would expect to hear from the land of endless beaches and all-night dance parties.
Hear the individual songs below. Their social media sites are below so follow and like these talented artists, producers, and DJs.
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