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Up and coming NYC producer Jimmie has amazed us time and time again with his effervescent future house remixes. Taking on Portugal. The Man’s summer hit “Feel It Still”, Jimmie wraps the track in bright synths and smooth percussion that shimmy and shake with an effortless flow. Jimmie bumps Portugal. The Man’s original with a heavy
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Portugal. The Man adds two more tallies to its chart-topping resume, as “Feel It Still” hits No. 1 on Billboard’s Pop Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay charts (dated Nov. 11). The song, versatile for multiple radio formats with its ’60s-reminiscent pop, rock and dance vibe, has now led six radio-based rankings, led by its command … More »
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Gryffin is the latest to put his spin on “Feel It Still,” originally performed by Portugal. The Man. Gryffin’s decision to take on an unconventional remix target should come as now surprise as it was his highly regarded remixes of tracks by illustrious acts like Maroon 5 and Tove Lo in 2015 that broke him into the scene, before the release of his debut single “Heading Home,” in 2016.
Gryffin keeps his sound design bright and spirited, as usual, in his version of the smash-hit: a clear contrast to the Zhu‘s characteristically hazy, enigmatic rendition of the track. Gryffin’s dynamic, sped-up guitar pluck matched with the colorful future bass reverb is a fresh, rousing approach to the to the playfully infectious original.
Gryffin is easily one of the most exciting producers in electronic dance music at the moment. Coming up quickly with a powerful presence in LA’s underground party scene, the artist has made a name for himself that lead directly to the stages of Coachella. A steady stream of original releases and remixes has only solidified
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