Posts Tagged ‘Feel The Fire’

December 3, 2016
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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.

October 29, 2016
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Heads up, everyone (ahem, me) who loved Pluto and ye.’s transcendental collaboration Breath when it arrived several months ago. A new vocal mix of the track has arrived, and it’s absolutely sensational! Just when I thought I couldn’t fall any harder for the chopping, slicing, percolating future trap opus, these young production whizzes present us with Feel The Fire, adding fierce vocals by a mysterious singer in the process. Pluto and ye. have added fuel to this What So Not meets Odesza inferno, and it burns bright and magnificent. Snag the tense consuming track for free, here.

December 12, 2014
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Southern California producer Plastic Plates follows up on his bumping track Feel The Fire from a week ago with a killer remix of Australian producer Cassian’s infectious, vibrant single Running, featuring Cleopold. The official remix is a funky edit with a dark edge. I’m a huge fan of the original, but boy am I loving Plastic Plates’ thumping, driving remix. Check out Feel The Fire below, too, if you haven’t heard it yet.