Posts Tagged ‘Bronze Whale’

August 21, 2017

It’s been less than a week since we shared a sleek intoxicating remix of Manila Killa and Robotaki’s I Want You (featuring Matthew John Kurz) by Los Angeles dance duo Party Pupils. As if that fine edit wasn’t already enough to fire us up for Manila Killa and Robotaki’s impending tour together this fall, this remix of I Want You by Austin pair Bronze Whale has arrived to scintillate us, too. The production duo has given I Want You a bright eyed summer trap remix both dulcet soothing and exuberantly thrilling. The original out on Moving Castle is available from iTunes, here. Jam out to more of the Bronze Whale’s tunage on Soundcloud, here.

July 27, 2017

We’ve learned that when Windy City production wunderkind Whethan links up with Los Angeles singer songwriter Oliver Tree, music magic happens. Aside from their snappy playful, brisk bouncing charmer All You Ever Talk About, the pair also gave us When I’m Down, easily one of the catchiest jams to grace our ears this past year. It’s that coltish and frisky jam that Austin duo Bronze Whale has chosen for their latest remix. They give When I’m Down an utterly fresh and unique take, amplifying its bounce and adding extra muscle to its composition. It chops robustly, a powerfully authoritative future trap edit that still feels nimbly whimsical and mellifluously bright. You can download Bronze Whale’s remix for free, here.

December 3, 2016

This next crushing jam involves not one favorite IHM producer, not two favorite IHM producers, but a trifecta of them, and as one would expect from such a remix union, this track is pure fire. I’m already such a massive fan of Pluto and ye’s future trap spectacular, Feel The Fire. Now, Austin auteur Bronze Whale has given it his own spin, tossing it into a turbulent sea of frenetic chops and urgent trills. The end result is a relentless wall of invigorating yet bewitching chill trap and resolute bass. Most unexpected of all is the glorious drum and bass finish at the end. Bronze Whale’s remix is a work of grandeur, one that suffuses me with welcome vitality and spirit. I feel ready for anything now. I’ve faced the fire, felt the fire, and become the fire. The remix is a free download, here.

August 18, 2016

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August 17, 2016

Time flies, and it’s rather mind blowing that IHM has been with Bronze Whale for more than three years now. I still recall the first time I encountered the Austin based duo. It was a collaboration with PRFFTT & Syvable, and I was wondering who the heck all these cooks in the kitchen were that had brewed up such spectacular electronic tunage. Fast forward to 2016 and we’re blissfully swaying to Bronze Whale’s first original of the year, which follows on last year’s beautiful EP, War Of Art. We hear you loud and clear, Bronze Whale. Your new single Hear Me is such a sonorous stirring display of melodic future trap. British chanteuse Kenzie May turns in fabulously soulful, magnetic alluring vocals on Bronze Whale’s snappy crisp, lush springing tune. This ethereal concoction was slowly created over the course of a year by Bronze Whale, and their attention to detail and meticulous approach shows on the florid anthem. Hear Me is a free download, here.

April 20, 2016

It’s been a long moment since we’ve heard from Austin’s Bronze Whale, but he returns in style with a new official remix of Imad Royal’s Pell featuring Down For Whatever. The luscious bounce and effervescent slices of Bronze Whale’s chill trap remix launch us into the atmosphere, while its pop styled vocals take us back to earth with heartfelt melodic sincerity. Bronze Whale’s finely balanced remix is a whale of a tune, pun intended. Download the remix for free, here.

July 29, 2015

Bronze Whale crafted a breathtaking rendition of popular Canadian producer Felix Cartal’s Natalie Angiuli featuring single, With You. The official remix channels the original’s bold, melodic house towards a sea of soothing, dreamy serenity. Natalie’s voice slices through the bittersweet toned gem with a sweeping, stirring clarity. Despite its toned down ambiance, Bronze Whale’s With You, with its future bass meets deep house enchantment, feels as if it’s on the verge of vehemently erupting with wistful yearning.

July 16, 2015

Crisply elegant piano opens up Samuel Proffitt’s new song Never The Same, joined soon after by gentle, melancholic crooning. Never The Same, featuring Khai, is a poignant, heart rending piano ballad. That mournful sentiment dwells affectingly in a downtempo, minimalist electronic soundscape. It’s a thoroughly wintry tune that takes us far away from our warm summer days right now, evoking snow capped peaks and a gossamer, misty world, where our hearts slowly turn cold and desolate. Never The Same was mixed and mastered by electronic producer (and oft IHM featured) Bronze Whale. 

June 9, 2015

We’ve been quite the fan of Austin production act Bronze Whale on IHM this past year. From the duo’s collaborations with other great producers to their own independent remixes, they’ve thrilled our ears plenty of times with resplendent tracks. Bronze Whale recently revealed their first original single off an upcoming EP, War Of Art, out June 16th. Van Gogh is a captivating, ethereal gem with heavy droning synths and a thick atmosphere, as well as a wide array of genre elements, from drum and bass and future bass to hip hop and trap. Sweden’s Jon Von Letscher offers up some gossamer vocals that bring some indie flavor to the gripping song. Crisp drum work and a hip hop styled beat make the song more intensely addictive with each new listen. 

February 3, 2015

Austin’s Bronze Whale says they stumbled upon German act Parasite Single’s The Hunt early last year, and instantly fell in love with the track’s driving house feel and beautiful harmonies. The duo knew they had to make a remix, and they’ve transformed the original into a bewitching treat. Permeated with an atmospheric ambiance and drifting with a deep, organic fluidity, Bronze Whale’s remix is a euphoric mix of trap, house, and future.