Posts Tagged ‘REMMI’

March 28, 2018

Those that have never been to SXSW probably think five days is plenty of time to see all that you want to see, but between the endless showcases occurring at any given moment and the long list of music friends to meet up, catching everyone becomes an impossible feat. As such, I’m sad to say that I had to miss out on seeing NVDES again despite my undying love for the Josh Ocean project’s quirky and playful electronica/pop. Those that follow IHM closely know how much love we’ve lavished on the project, and how happy we are that NVDES has received a fresh spate of attention due to their music being used, not once, but twice in Apple television ads lately. I’m sure the melon-loving project from Los Angeles dazzled fans old and new alike in Austin, just as they did in San Francisco last year. They’ve hit the ground running upon returning from Texas, too, and unleashed not one, but two new genre bending tunes. Stream jaunty stepping, R&B leaning electro suitor Louì above, then dangle your feet in the warm rippling, sunshine-dappled waves of islandy alt electro jam Jump The Gunman below, which is a message of solidarity from NVDES and past collaborator Remmi to the March For Our Lives movement. . You never know quite what NVDES will bring us in their next release, but we always know that it’s going to be a fresh and imaginative, scintillating and satisfying delicacy. 

November 14, 2017

Melon loving, Josh Ocean lead Los Angeles avant-garde project NVDES seems to march to the beat of their own drum. Their ear perking music is always fresh and unique. They truly “do their thing” when it comes to their psychedelic groove and alt dance music, plus they throw a heckuva show live, too, as I myself experienced recently at the Independent in San Francisco. Come December 8th, NVDES will be releasing their La NVDITÉ, Vol. 2 EP, a six-track collection, and it includes this jungle lush groover, D.Y.T. (Do Your Thing), featuring Nashville’s REMMI on piquant vocals. It’s impossible to keep from moving to this playful bouncing, spicy bumping tune, which sort of comes off like a cross between JAIN and SOFI TUKKER, with a buoyant Jersey bounce. Purchase/stream D.Y.T. (Do Your Thing), here, as we wait for NVDES next EP.   

January 14, 2017

I don’t recall ever not “feeling something” each time a new Black Coast song greets my eager ears, so it’s no unexpected pleasure that comes forth from Stan Rapoport’s latest creation, Feel Something. The producer from New York partners up with Nashville’s REMMI on the pensive beauty. Though it’s close to high noon as I dissolve into Feel Something, Black Coast and REMMI have transported me to an alternate universe. I find myself gazing at a smoggy Los Angeles skyline as a dark night falls. Restless emotions assault my senses as that dusty concrete jungle slowly recedes into the night’s troubled shadows. Feel Something is out now on all major services, here.

November 1, 2016

Even if you’re one of those people who find soy based tofu absolutely atrocious (and trust me, tofu can be really delicious), you’re going to find this


remix absolutely appetizing, so much so you won’t be able to stop devouring it over and over again. Vancouver based producer tofû offers up an exhilarating re-work of NY producer Lucian’s Forever, that beauty of a gripping future bass gem that features ravishing vocals by Nashville’s REMMI. While the original was dark and grandiose with sharp vehement edges, tofû’s remix is takes on an ethereal electro step airiness. Its smooth rounded chops and wavy glittering veneer gives us a delightfully fresh approach on Forever that I welcome with much zeal. Download the edit for free, here.

October 1, 2016

Nashville singer songwriter REMMI has enthralled us time and time again both with her solo music and as a guest vocalist on many other rising talent’s songs. Last year, REMMI gave us a crisp burning, dreamy captivating electronic pop song named Awake, Asleep which swirls like weightless fog. Today, Philadelphia’s Speaker Of The House has offered up a stunning re-imagination of Awake, Asleep that takes it in a fresh new future atmospheric direction. This cool quivering, palatial rich remix is dreamy in its own way. It’s a seductive whirlpool of ethereal gauzy, buzzing vibrant beauty. Speaker Of The House x REMMI’s Awake, Asleep is out now and available for purchase from major outlets, here.

September 7, 2016

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September 5, 2016

Singer songwriter and producer REMMI has been involved in so many songs that we’ve loved this past year, whether as a guest vocalist or as her own solo project. Any time a new track surfaces involving REMMI, I know the treat will be well worthy of some deserved excitement. REMMI is featured on fellow Nashville artist and good friend Charlie Lowell’s latest song. The artist releases music under the name Hollow Hum, and he’s delivered beautifully haunting alt pop on Something On Fire. The silken stirring, meditative simmering collaboration was written by Charlie and REMMI, who make quite the impeccable pair on this lithesome aria. Something On Fire evokes early BROODS with a dreamy dusting of Beach House. The single can be purchased from iTunes.

September 3, 2016

New York based production whiz Lucian collaborated with Nashville singer songwriter REMMI on a few tunes over the past year, and I was much elated every time they did so, having been such a huge supporter of both immense talents. Bobby K is probably my favorite out of the few, a song on which REMMI’s haunting, smoky vocals were the perfect complement to Lucian’s dramatic future bass production. The resulting powerful and dark ballad re-arises on our radar this week, but in a remixed form crafted by young Tampa Bay producer Terzi. The jittery vibrant, energetic whirring edit he gives Bobby K is adrenaline pumping and gritty jolting. The official remix is a free download, here.

June 15, 2016

The wildly magnificent collaborations continue as Charlottesville’s LZRD partners up with fellow American producer Spirix on a ravishing new tune which features always welcome gorgeous vocals by Nashville’s Remmi. It’s a spry and buoyant, rapturous and exhilarating trap anthem they deliver together on Take Me Apart, one that injects with renewed energy and an irresistible urge get up and dance. Take Me Apart is a free download, here.