Posts Tagged ‘Gramatik’

July 25, 2017

I didn’t need to see the single’s artwork to know that the name Voyager Twins was a reference to the iconic NASA spacecrafts launched in 1977. Beyond helping humanity explore the great unknown, the Voyager space program has also inspired a whole lot of incredible music and art. You could say, it’s helped us discover ourselves, too. And that music? It comes from all across the genres, with the latest piece of Voyager related music coming from mysterious producer Galactic Marvl and esteemed NYC producer Gramatik. Voyager Twins launches us into space with a frenzy of dubstep wobbles and a whole lot of gritty, brassy soul. It’s also a slick and snazzy banger with smooth jazzy edges and laser sharp synths. You’ll never want to come back down to earth from this one. Voyager Twins is available from major retailers, here.

April 21, 2017

It took all my strength this week not to break protocol and share features out of sequence when this jaw dropping track arrived earlier this week. Gramatik and Ramzoid’s interpretation of Flume instrumental Wall Fuck is that incredible. Though it may have gotten the least spotlight out of all the amazing songs on Flume’s sophomore album, I actually consider it one of the best tracks off Skin. NYC’ Gramatik and Canada’s Ramzoid have accomplished no easy feat in creating their ethereal and other worldly take on the gritty jolting, visceral jabbing, and dynamic shuffling tune. The trap on these producers’ Wall Fuck feels a little bit more introspective, a tad more reticent, yet still labyrinthian thrilling.

January 21, 2015

Very, very exciting news for long time fans of French producer Madeon. As one who happened to catch on to Madeon’s Pop Culture years ago (and was subsequently sharing his early tunes and clips with friends fervently), I’m more than delighted to share the news that Madeon will finally be releasing a debut album, Adventure, out March 30th via Columbia. The debut is going to be a massive one, featuring a long list of amazing guests including Dan Smith of Bastille, Passion Pit, Foster The People, and even Aquilo (great choice, Madeon). Let’s celebrate this announcement with a very sumptuous remix of Madeon’s You’re On, featuring Kyan, by NYC’s Gramatik! It’s a full on sexy remix with plenty of fiery guitars and flashy funk.