Posts Tagged ‘TRAILS’

December 7, 2017

High intensity cinematic rock is Columbus four piece Starset’s forte. Blazing electronica is obviously TRAILS’ strong suit. Case in point, the Berlin production project’s brilliant remix of Starset’s Satellite. You can watch the video for the original, here, after which you can marvel at the riveting transformation its undergone in TRAILS dexterous hands. He turns the alt rock track into a razor sawing, riotous romping trap and bass number, complete with an epic searing guitar solo and sharp energetic HudMo like vocal barks. If the terms trap rock or metal trap haven’t been invented yet, perhaps this is the time to do so. Stream more of TRAILS’ compositions on Soundcloud, here.

March 1, 2017

Somewhere in between future and chill lies the zestful appeal of TRAILS’ new remix. The Berlin based production talent takes SAINT WKND’s celestial chiming Golden featuring Australian duo Hoodlem and gives it a summery spring. TRAILS’ remix bumps and thumps with rotund, gleeful aplomb. This ebullient version of Golden is a brisk vivacious dance floor anthem. There’s no keeping still to its Jersey styled bounces. Download the edit for free, here.

January 20, 2017

Australia’s Collarbones has already seen some magnificent remix treatment when it comes to indie anthem Turning. After all, the great and venerated Flume gave it his take over a year ago ahead of this restless quivering take by Berlin’s TRAILS. A high octane bounce thrusts us into a world of fierce fidgeting, bass rumbling, drum spasmodic splendor. This jumpy wired future glitch transformation leaves me buzzed and trembling. You can download TRAILS’ remix for free, here.

December 3, 2016

A sudden influx of remixes that transform traditional alt rock tracks into electronic dance jams seems to have arrived as of late. Take for example that smashing new mixtape Captain Cuts just dropped entitled Life Of Emo, a must listen if you haven’t visited it yet, here. Berlin’s TRAILS gives us his own take on rock electronica with a tense gripping edit of Brit rock band Bring Me The Horizon’s Can You Feel My Heart, turning the thrashing song into a regal flaring, future riveting, cinematic soaring anthem. As someone who loves both sides of that equation, this remix can’t be more gratifying and pleasing. The clever marvel of an edit is a free download, here.

September 4, 2016

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September 1, 2016

Who can forget that incredible Flume tribute from earlier this year, and the brilliant producer behind it, TRAILS? I know I can’t, and if you somehow missed out on the track, it’s a must for any fan of Flume or trap or future bass, so I’m tacking it on below. The German producer lights us up with a new one as he flips RL Grime’s Core and makes it all his own. The beatific trap remix brightens Core up, clearing out its dirt and soot for a wavy percolating, crisp flaring adventure. TRAILS is no doubt blazing a trail in the electro trap scene with his sonic architecture. His Core flip is a free download, here.

July 14, 2016

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July 12, 2016

If I could make a tribute to Flume, I would, but I have no skills when it comes to making music. Fortunately for me, we have German producer TRAILS, and he’s created an ode to Harley Streten and done so with aplomb, too. It’s three minutes, forty seconds of future trap bliss on “A Flume Tribute”, a seamless mash up of Never Be Like You, Wall Fuck, Helix, Free, and Hyperparadise. As the producer says, “Never Fuck Helix Walls For Free In Hyperparadise” wouldn’t be the appropriate title for this inferno of a sick jam, a little treat for us while TRAILS continues to write original music. You can grab TRAILS’ Flume tribute from Toneden.

February 13, 2016

While there’s no denying that Flume’s latest material is pure wickedness and some of my favorite new hip hop and electronic music of the year, there’s a very special corner of my heart reserved for Harley Streten’s debut album. Anytime I revisit that self titled masterpiece or happen to catch any tune off of it, I’m reminded of how much I how special it will always be for me. Emerging German producer TRAILS excites my senses and touches that corner of my heart on a grand revisit of Flume’s Insane. His spellbinding remix sends chills through my body and dissolves my soul, its thickly layered coat of haunting synths liquefying into a mass of intoxicating future bass & dreamy trap. TRAILS’ remix of Insane is a free download, here.