Posts Tagged ‘Tim Gunter’

February 20, 2018

The Chainsmokers’ Sick Boy has become the most remixed track of the year so far. Nary a day goes by when at least several fresh edits of the alt electro track doesn’t pop up on my streaming feeds. There are countless superb edits of Sick Boy, but tonight, let’s turn our attention to Tim Gunter’s take on the hit single. The Los Angeles producer gives the track a smooth shuddering, lavish swelling dance edit utilizing additional strings, brass, and percussion to give Sick Boy a regal and widescreen feel before he pulls a fast one on us with an exhilarating, jouncing trap drop. Stream more of Tim Gunter’s tracks on Soundcloud, here.

December 3, 2016

Make your Friday night the “Best Night Ever” and “fire it up” with a magnificent new Tim Gunter remix. The producer from Los Angeles swaddles us with crisp beats, resolute drums, and twinkling xylophone as he transforms the Venice Beach newcomer’s indie electronic debut into a dashing, frolicking bass and trap spectacular. Fire Me Up’s infectious melody shines ebulliently on the charismatic glittering edit, which you can snag for free, here.

October 27, 2016

It nearly feels like I’m taking my very first breath as I submerge myself in Tim Gunter’s First Breath. I feel as if I’m stepping off a precipice into the great unknown, and Tim’s about to show me a world beyond my wildest imagination with his music. The Austin based producer dazzles me with his profoundly moving piece. Surely that aforementioned world captured in this melodic trap opus reflects the inner chambers of our own hearts and the twisting avenues of our own minds. While the soundtrack to TRON was a journey into a superficial world made up of the mechanical, this orphic piece seems to map out our inner selves with its grand synths, jouncing arpeggios, and rolling drums. In truth, there is nothing more mysterious than our own subconscious. We intrepidly explore it with Tim Gunter, thrilled and propelled by his gripping song. 

August 25, 2016

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August 24, 2016

Prepare yourself for an intensive experience as Austin based producer Tim Gunter takes us for a dark smoldering, ominous brooding ride with his spectacular remix of XYLØ’s Afterlife. The quivering future bass and rattling trap edit gives already dusky somber XYLØ a ferocity and grimy edge previously unheard. Tim Gunter wanted to keep the integrity of the original after XYLØ reached out to him for a remix, but make it more energetic during the drop. His Afterlife remix is a free download, here.

June 30, 2016

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June 29, 2016

Annabel Jones’ Happy is a gorgeous enchanting, sparkling crisp pop gem, though it also carries some bittersweet currents within its bouncy electronic pop. Austin’s Tim Gunter transforms the London chanteuse’s single into a chill trap anthem on his new remix, and it amplifies the moodier side of the song. Though Tim Gunter’s downtempo re-work is sublimely soothing and deeply rousing, it also carries much emotive power. The producer said he wanted to “give this song a different feeling, something you could ride around with your windows down to”. He’s certainly succeeded in creating a meditative beauty. I cruise the imaginary highways of my mind, a twilight sky spread above as I question the mysteries of happiness and life. Tim Gunter’s remix is a free download, here.

February 19, 2016

Late last year, New Orleans indie rock and psych soul band Mutemath dropped a stellar album named Vitals, one which saw them heavily leaning into electronic pop and synthpop territory on some songs. I happened to love Vitals very much, with album track Monument holding the crown as my favorite single, an irresistible slice of smooth UMO meets sun kissed Strange Talk electropop goodness. Turns out, Monument has received an indie dance remix by Austin’s Tim Gunter, an unexpected but much pleasant surprise. Who would’ve thought I could someday listen to a trap flavored Mutemath? Tim Gunter does a splendid job on the metamorphosis, combining thrilling build ups and exhilarating drops with the original’s mellifluous luster. The end result is vibrant and flashy. It also makes me very, very happy. It might very well be one of my favorite remixes of the year. To put it bluntly, Tim Gunter’s remix is “monumental”, and it’s a free download, here.

September 14, 2015

Ty Dolla $ign’s Drop That Kitty, featuring Charli XCX and Tinashe, is already an insanely fun tune, not to mention the awesome video for the song… I mean, seriously, watch it if you haven’t seen it before and ESPECIALLY if you love cats! Now, Austin’s Tim Gunter gives the popping tune an even more swagger spirited and contagiously banging remix, one with a future funk infused sound that takes the hip hop and electronic track to new levels of sheer epicness. It’s undeniable, this remix is a massive party anthem.

July 30, 2015

Summery incandescence and atmospheric swells permeate this beautifully melodic remix of Los Angeles based producer Matthew Koma’s debut single SFR (So Fucking Romantic) by rising Austin producer Tim Gunter. It’s a warm, glowing first introduction to Koma’s debut single, which is yet to be revealed. Crisp trap beats and Matthew Koma’s soothing vocals work in conjunction to create a serenely uplifting and smoothly saccharine experience perfect for smile inducing seasonal romance. Download Tim Gunter’s remix, here.