Posts Tagged ‘Naderi’

May 11, 2017

The inordinate amount of Ed Sheeran remixes this year may have tired some people out. As luck would have it, when Alison Wonderland reached out to remix Shape Of You, she didn’t hear back from Ed, so she ended up linking up with Sydney producer Naderi for a cover re-make instead. A total re-creation of Shape Of U, after all the endless edits that arose, is a refreshing treat. The thrilling cover, which first premiered on This Song Is Sick, offers up some shiver inducing future bass and shudders prompting dubstep.

October 1, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.28.2016

Featured music – September 28th, 2016

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September 29, 2016

While Flume’s eponymous self titled debut album will forever hold a special place in my heart, there’s no denying the ridiculous brilliance of Harley Streten’s sophomore album, Skin. It’s bursting at the seams with incredible collaborations and intensive compelling tracks. But then, what else would you expect from a man who is probably the most influential producer of the decade, or at least one of the top three, at the very least. I’m still buzzing from catching one of his sold out shows in San Francisco last week. How else better to feed that buzz than a purely wicked remix of Skin track Lose It, which features hip hop genius Vic Mensa, by Sydney producer Naderi? I’ve had moments where I felt convinced Lose It was my favorite track off Skin, though I’d find myself being carried away by other tracks off the album in the ensuing moments after. Naderi convinces me yet again that Lose It could be my number one with this impossible to resist remix. I “lose it” completely as Naderi’s gritty hard, snare entangling, savage gripping edit takes me over.

June 10, 2016

ZHU, Skrillex, and THEY.’s masterpiece collaboration Working For It has received a remix treatment by Sydney’s Naderi, and his re-work is a trap and future bass thriller for the ages. In fact, there’s a timelessness to this massive remix, one that feels larger than life with its spectacular melodic chops and expansive atmosphere. It’s obvious Naderi has no qualms about getting dirty on the track. It’s a wildly tempestuous, fully exhilarating experience. And it’s a free download over at Soundcloud.

September 25, 2015

Naderi’s remix of trap wizards Keys N Krates’ Katy B featuring Save Me opens with near operatic and regal majesty, carrying a sweeping mystique that breaks open into gut wrenching, heart pounding percussion. The producer from Sydney has crafted an epic anthem, due for release October 2nd on Dim Mak as part of the Save Me Remixes EP. This is a theatrical, expansive future bass and trap interpretation of Keys N Krates’ filthier beats that combines perfectly with Katy B’s siren like voice. 

December 27, 2014

Last month, Australian producer Kilter teamed up with Ngaiire to unleash a gorgeous original named Coward. I immediately fell in love with the song’s chilled out lusciousness. For an equally enchanting but far more buoyant and crisp version of Coward, we turn to a new official remix by Sydney’s Naderi. The producer give Coward a bold, stomping trap beat and plenty of effervescent atmosphere.