Posts Tagged ‘Just A Tune’

August 5, 2017

Australian producer Just A Gent is up to his Just A Tune tricks again, delivering unexpected flips and surprises that leave our jaws agape with astonishment and our hearts aflutter with intense euphoria. Just A Gent turns in a hard hitting, heavy thrashing banger of a remix in the form of his interpretation of Rage Against The Machine classic Killing in the Name. The beast of a dubstep and bass thriller is scratchy raw, just as it should be, and thorny jabbing. All you’ll want to do once you dive into this one is RAGE. Fortunately for us all, the weekend has begun, and we have plenty of time to rage and rage and rage again to Just A Gent’s Just A Tune flip. Download the ferocious track, here.

June 9, 2017

Australian producer Just A Gent is well known for his ace remixing skills. The future bass guru dropped a phenomenal re-work of Post Malone’s Congratulations yesterday under his Just A Tune moniker, and it’s an absolute banger. His Congratulations is a shivering, quivering, skin-tingling wall of deliriously flickering chill trap, or “trill trap” as he calls it, yet it all flows so smoothly. That is, until you get to the final gritty jouncing minute, a moment of pure exhilaration. Download the track for free, here.

September 22, 2016

Twenty One Pilots’ contribution to the Suicide Squad soundtrack, Heathens, has become one of the biggest hits of the year. It’s also grown to be the most remixed Twenty One Pilots track so far. One such flip you really don’t want to miss is Australian electronic whiz Just A Gent’s grandly cinematic, glitchy mesmeric edit. Retro pulsing synths join future bass swells on this uniquely entrancing, darkly meditative remix. The track is a free download, here.

June 18, 2016

Just A Tune, the alter ego of Australian producer Just A Gent, puts out some mighty fine flips and re-works under this more enigmatic name. The latest track to come from this side project of sorts, if it’s even considered one, is a new approach on Canadian artist Vincent’s gorgeous regal, magical enchanting trap and future bass song Her. Apparently, I’m not the only one who fell hard for this magical song. Just A Tune calls the original a “masterpiece”. He goes on to give the tune a tweak that doesn’t stray far from said original, but is extra spacey and more entrancing chill. Her takes on a warm dreaminess compared to the colder, darker original. Just A Gent even uses some murky marimbas to soften out the edges. This gorgeous re-imagining is a free download, here.