NYC’s Haux has taken my breath away countless times with the artist’s beautifully atmospheric, gossamer stirring dream folk. Sweden’s Samuraii takes full advantage of that silky melting effervescence on a halcyon remix of Haux’s Caves. Samuraii infuses the original with celestial shimmering synths and crisp resonant drums on their melodic bass/chillstep makeover. The airy ethereal, sparse enchanting official edit leads me into a fantastical reverie, one tinged with misty regret yet sublimely soothing. Samuraii’s gorgeous remix is available from various outlets, here.
We may be in the thick of winter with February a distant dream, but I nearly want to ask Kansas City’s VALENTINE to be my own Valentine after the producer’s taken me on a rather epic journey on his latest remix. The enthralling edit he gives Nashville electronic trio BASECAMP’s beautifully haunting, deeply wrenching recent single In Stone shakes me to the core with gritty lurching, dubstep quivering future bass. Despite its relentless flurry of textured electronics, there’s an organic quality to VALENTINE’s chiseled remix that synchronizes with the heart and soul, jarring both into harmony with the throbbing thriller of a jam. The original may be named In Stone, but there's nothing rigid and stagnant here. This is an ever fluxing, potent shifting exhilarant.
The two siblings wandered through the streets, still wearing their uniforms. They had just finished their work for the day, so they decided to go out for a walk just so they could spend some time together.
Nether of them were bothered by the rumors of several corpses being found, as they were both always armed and ready to fight if it came to it. Evelyn was looking at the stars, while Valentine looked more for any threats.
IT’S FINALLY DONE!!! After a month and a half of toiling away we finally finished our submission for LOFAM4! This is the first piece I’ve ever written with poly, who happens to be one of my favorite producers of all time.
Davepetasprite^2 is one of the most layered and complex characters in Homestuck, and definitely one of the hardest to do justice. A lot of love went into creating this track, so as usual, please wear headphones for the best experience!
The Chainsmokers and Illenium? You’ve got to be kidding me! But these fellas don’t joke around, as we all know, and an Illenium remix of The Chainsmokers’ Don’t Let Me Down is sure to tickle your ears plentifully with its mellifluous melodic dubstep brilliance. Lest you forgot, fast rising pop talent Daya turns in the riveting vocals on the song (and I just heard her while shopping at the mall the other day, always a mark of sure success). Daya and The Chainsmokers take on a new coat of majestic stateliness on the Denver based producer’s breathtaking remix.