Posts Tagged ‘KEFF’

October 10, 2016

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October 8, 2016

The experimental art rock and surreal folktronica that Hundred Waters offers up is eerily beautiful, if not even more so live. It’s been two years since the band released their phenomenal sophomore album The Moon Rang Like a Bell, and I must confess that I’ve been missing them these days. Lucky for me, a new remix of Hundred Waters’ Innocent has emerged to captivate our senses. New York based DJ and multi-genre producer KEFF gives us a deeply hypnotic, shadowy slinking, and ghostly swirling interpretation of the song. The restless ocean he presents us with is an utterly beautiful experience. Nicoel Miglis’ voice has always been one of many strengths in Hundred Waters’ compositions, and it flutters enchantingly in KEFF’s dark simmering, inky roiling future soundcape like an other worldly being. KEFF’s remix of Innocent is five minutes eight seconds of haunting sonic splendor. Download the remix for free, here.