Posts Tagged ‘Chimes’

March 13, 2018
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Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes is a classic in my book. Though I haven’t listened to it in awhile, the moment that progressive melody hit my ears raised all the serotonin levels in my brain to the max. And now, Basenji, another much revered production legend, has released his bootleg of Chimes. You should be no stranger to the remix if you’ve caught Basenji live. But to be able to dive into its breaking Jersey Club/garage styled intricacies whenever we want is a generous gift from the music gods. It’s almost as if Jamie xx and HudMo came together on a track. In other words, this is brilliantly divine. Basenji’s bootleg marks the beginning of a whole month of fresh releases from the producer. You can catch the Sydney artist back home in Australia this spring when he embarks on tour. Dates can be found, here.

July 21, 2016
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Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes was one of the best songs of 2015, a magnificent and operatic instrumental trap masterpiece that the world heard many times over, thanks to a much deserved feature on a MacBook television advert. Normally, something as epic as Chimes is probably best left untouched in all its prestigious glory, but a new flip by Alexander Lewis and Y2K shows us exactly how amazing a well forged, brilliantly thought out edit can be. The producers link up to give Chimes a makeover that, ironically enough, is less “chime-y” but more orchestral regal, utilizing additional piano chords, strings, and more to make this an even more majestic and triumphant march, a resolute Blue Danube of  trap, if you will. Download Alexander Lewis and Y2K’s magnificent re-imagination of Chimes from Toneden.

February 26, 2015
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Soaring with such luminosity and spirited energy is this remix of emerging UK singer songwriter Remi Miles’ I Want You, the lead single off his debut EP Under Light Symphonies. British dance act Chimes gives the song an indie electronic makeover that takes it to progressive house territory on some of its uplifting build ups and drops. It’s one made for some massive, vicarious dancing.

July 23, 2014
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Closing it out with perhaps one of the sickest tunes of the day, Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes. HudMo, whom some of you may only know as one half of the duo TNGHT, is brilliant at creating epic, bass heavy trap songs. Chimes is so majestic, so dramatic, that it actually reminded me of the dramatically over-dramatic dramatic film Inception, which I loved, by the way. Like the film, HudMo bends your mind with his wicked electronic and hip hop beat making. Chimes is the title track off a new EP, out September 29 on Warp Records. 

July 23, 2014
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Closing it out with perhaps one of the sickest tunes of the day, Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes. HudMo, whom some of you may only know as one half of the duo TNGHT, is brilliant at creating epic, bass heavy trap songs. Chimes is so majestic, so dramatic, that it actually reminded me of the dramatically over-dramatic dramatic film Inception, which I loved, by the way. Like the film, HudMo bends your mind with his wicked electronic and hip hop beat making. Chimes is the title track off a new EP, out September 29 on Warp Records.