Posts Tagged ‘Bishu’

January 18, 2018

Imogen Heap’s Hide and Seek holds a very special place in my heart. Not only was I once incredibly addicted to the brilliant artist’s finely layered, vocoder treated harmonies, but this song was a pivotal part of The O.C.’s soundtrack back in the days when I was obsessed with the show and its tragic plot. So when I saw that rising production talent Bishu had re-worked the track, my heart fluttered with excitement. And I fell hard again for Hide and Seek as I waded into this exceptionally crafted electronic rendering of the song. As much as I’m reeling under a heavy hit of nostalgia, this trap and bass Hide and Seek lifts me out from under that weight with its jarring drops and vigorous chops, leaving me beaming in ecstasy. Bishu created his track as part of his childhood remix series. Download this magnificent chapter, here.

September 8, 2017

I’ve been missing Cappa’s breathy seductive pop vocals, so I was elated when I stumbled upon a new electronic track featuring the Nashville starlet. Skin To Skin is a brain melting trap banger, too, crafted by Auckland producer QUIX and fellow rising production star Bishu. The jarring spectacular is out now on Dim Mak, and it’s sure to bring you a whole lot of dizzying bliss and adrenaline pumping euphoria with its Flume meets HudMo like drops, twitches, and jolts. Grab the song on iTunes, here.