Spirix cuts Flume’s ‘Dreamtime’ an indie-electronic edge in new remix

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Spirix cuts Flume’s ‘Dreamtime’ an indie-electronic edge in new remixFlume – Dreamtime Spiri Remi COVER

The idiosyncratic sound constructions that distinguish Flume‘s style flourish on “Dreamtime,” one of the many sonic gems that glisten with audible brilliance on Flume’s recently released mixtape, Hi, This Is Flume. A cacophony of glitchy electronic elements on loop, rhythmic tapping, and a tunnel of white noise that is both airy and eerie comprise the components that construct an opening that leaves a resounding impression on Flume’s listeners.

So, too, does Spirix’s. The California-based electronic entity tackles Flume’s “Dreamtime” in a new remix. Spirix’s flip of the Hi, This Is Flume favorite surfaces as Spirix’s first showing after a four-month hiatus. As Spirix’s re-imaginative effort demonstrates, the brief reprieve from the production circle served as an effective incubation period for Spirix’s sonic edge, which is perceptibly sharper in this latest undertaking.

Spirix cuts the wispy, dreamlike vocal of Flume’s original, to foreground his electronic trajectory of revision. From an atmospheric ascent with synth work of an indie-cinematic strength to back the track’s climb, to a layered descent delightfully upbeat in nature, Spirix’s version of “Dreamtime” is reflective of his own unique musical vision. Spirix’s remix is versatile; the revamp is an undeniable playlist stunner, and simultaneously well-suited for potent club play.

Zeds Dead and Jauz release destructive ‘Lights Go Down’ remix EP

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Zeds Dead and Jauz release destructive ‘Lights Go Down’ remix EPZeds Dead Press Photo 2014

At the end of 2017, Zeds Dead and Jauz teamed up for the single, “Lights Go Down,” a drum and bass belter that may have helped launch the genre’s 2018 resurgence in the United States. Now, the producers have enlisted nine heavy hitters in the bass music scene, each giving a unique take on the intense track.

The Deadbeats duo reach to their own label for a few of the remixes, looking to LICK and Duke & Jones for two bass-heavy renditions of the track. Gentlemen’s Club and Subtronics each drop off solid dubstep remixes, while Sikdope and Sqwad turn the song into high-energy bass house thrillers. With nine solid remixes viable for almost any set, don’t be surprised to hear “Lights Go Down” in one form or another for the rest of the year.

The Radar 108: Mixed by Spirix

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Based out of Southern California, Spirix is a name in the SoundCloud community that has been on the rise with his wavy original and remixes Vanic, Gryffin & Illenium, The Chainsmokers, and more. Additionally, he has begun making his debut festival appearances at SnowGlobe and Euphoria Festival. To further show-off his sonic palette, Spirix has taken the reigns on The Radar for an hour of dance pop gems and moving future bass. Featuring favorites from DROELOE, Slander, RL Grime, and more, the SoCal up-and-comer gives new listeners a window into the type of music he will be playing in his live sets at festivals this summer and fall.

Kozah – Dream State
Nurko – Let Me Go
Sem – Reasons
The Chainsmokers – Don’t Let Me Down (Illenium Remix)
DROELOE – Sunburn
Flume – Insane (Kaivon Remix)
Post Malone – I Fall Apart (Slander Remix)
Justice – We Are Your Friends (Two Lanes Remix)
MALAA & TCHAMI – Summer 99
EPTIC – The End (Breaux Remix)
Spirix – Little Doubts (TYNAN Remix) (Unreleased)
QUIX – Lucys Place
SLANDER – Superhuman Ft. Eric Leva (ORIENTAL CRAVINGS X Willco Flip)
Nonsens x Nitti Gritti – Buti
Nitti Gritti – Crack
RL Grime – I Wanna Know (feat. Daya)
jeremy zucker ft. blackbear – talk is overrated (Manila Killa Remix)
San Holo – One Thing (Spirix VIP Remix)
Spirix – This Is What It Feels Like

NMF Roundup: Tritonal teams up with Sultan + Shepard, Spirix tackles future bass, and Brohug releases bass EP

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

Michael Calfan explores house with the perfect underground club track “Got You.”

Galimatias fuses soul with electronic undertones in smooth new tune “South.”

Felix Cartal creates the perfect backdrop for Victoria Zaro‘s enthralling vocals in new track “Worry,” which is a part of his forthcoming 18-track album Next Season.

Disciples have released groovy new house track “Atheist” with an elaborate combination of chords propelling the track forward.

Spirix delivers a stunner with new track “This is what it feels like.” Enthralling vocals draw the listener in and intense future bass chords resonate in the listener’s head far after the track’s close.

TyDi has been hyping up new music all week with good reason. The release of Kundo’s remix of his track on orchestral x EDM album Collide titled “Did You Know?” adds an interesting element to the already beautiful track.

Syn Cole and Pusher have delivered stellar remixes of NOTD‘s newest track with Bea Miller “I Wanna Know.”

Tritonal and Sultan + Shepard teamed up for single “Ready” with commercial house chords and a catchy melody.

Sullivan King merges punk with screamo with trap and dubstep in new album Come One, Come All.

 BROHUG is out with intense bass tracks under two track compilation Sinner titled “Sinner” and “Saints.”

Hunter Siegel has created a catchy house track perfect for a club performance with new track “Fading.”

1788-L and Blanke have teamed up for otherworldly bass track “Destiny” with intense drops that propel the track forward.

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