You can now enjoy the sounds of “UNDERGRND” from UZ and Montell2099, which is out through Quality Goods Records. With a tour scheduled for the pair in September, this single works as the perfect tease for the North American shows. Whilst UZ needs little introduction, the New Zealander Montell2099 is moving with speed, having remixed
Producer duo Louis The Child are known over the years for their individual style that is readily evident across their excellent remixes and bouncy originals.
With their upbeat sound and foolproof productions, it’s no surprise that they release a beautiful 9-track remix package for their latest release. “Better Not,” featuring the ever so swaggy Wafia.
Hotel Garuda reimagines it by kicking the tempo up a notch and, adding a four on the floor beat. In doing so they deliver an excellently house tune that is sprinkled with groovy strumming bass.
Other remixers include Krane, who takes the remix and builds the track into a cinematic wonderland. Picture driving at hyper speed surrounded in emotional chords and following the sound of the heroic lead as it guides you through the bass ridden drop.
Montell2099 also comes in and delivers an uplifting funky soul tune that provokes dancing so be warned.
Earlier this year, Red Bull Sound Select brought together Montell2099 and 21 Savage on the ice cold collaboration “Hunnid On The Drop.” Mr. Carmack imparts a dark trap vibe to the original for his new remix, giving the finished product a looming energy with big room capabilities. The Los Angeles-based producer adds a colossal new drop with heavy trap influences and cinematic overtones to his new edit.
Not only does the new remix pop up in RL Grime‘s highly anticipated Halloween VI Mix, but it is also released as part of Red Bull’s college dance competition Bracket Reel Dance. The track follows Mr. Carmack’s recently released remix of Chromeo‘s “Fancy Footwork,” which the duo co-signed on Facebook as what “might be the best remix of this song EVER.” The new remix highlights Mr. Carmack’s impeccable sound design and forward-thinking experimentation.
The voice is a lonely foghorn, a miles-deep burned-out baritone moan that seems to radiate the wisdom of hard-earned experience. It’s a beautiful voice, melodious and passionate and capable of bluesy catharsis or gospel-style uplift. And here’s what the owner of that voice uses it to express, over and over: “How y’all doing, but fuck … More »