Posts Tagged ‘TWO LANES’

May 22, 2018
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Justice’s We Are Your Friends is a French house classic that’s more than survived the test of time since it first dropped in 2002. It takes some guts to take on such a song for a remix, but production brothers TWO LANES more than prove their mettle once again as they give us an exhilarating update by turning the track into a rambunctious whirring, bass romping spectacular. Seismic thrusts, percolating jabs, and vigorous surges leave us gasping for air on the blowout trap and future bass edit. Download TWO LANES’ remix, here.

January 31, 2018
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It was but a few days ago that we were extolling TWO LANES’ latest remix, an exceptional re-imagining of San Holo and James Vincent McMorrow’s The Future. We still can’t get enough of that moody simmering, percussive skittering masterpiece, but let’s turn our attention to the sibling production duo’s debut original, Long Way Home, which features HYM. You don’t want to miss it, trust me. Turns out, TWO LANES are just as brilliant when it comes to creating their own distinct music. The fast rising duo, who are both graduates of The Julliard School in NYC, dexterously weave future beats, future pop, and chill trap together on Long Way Home, giving us an airy effervescent yet heart affecting anthem that feels like it’s part Gryffin (but darker and moodier) and part Odesza (particularly their second album, Grammy nominated A Moment Apart). Stream/purchase TWO LANES’ stellar debut, here, and get ready for an incredible year for the duo.

January 28, 2018
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Two lanes sounds like a nightmare if you’re from LA or the Bay Area, where traffic has become one of our biggest, most annoying problems. But sibling production duo TWO LANES has proven to be quite the opposite in the short time the mysterious project has been around. In fact, they recently turned in a jaw dropping remix of San Holo and James Vincent McMorrow’s The Future, giving a moody simmering, percussion skittering future bass/cinematic trap edit that recalls some of our favorites from What So Not and Flume. Dark swiveling synths and rustling bass deliver an emphatic punch on the riveting remix, an intensely gripping yet heart twisting experience. Download TWO LANES’ remix of The Future, here.

December 24, 2017
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ZHU, Skrillex, and THEY. were a jaw dropping triumvirate when the three acts united on mega-hit Working For It two years ago. Even today, I still can’t get enough of that massive tune, which you can re-visit via YouTube, here. A mysterious brother duo named TWO LANES has served up a brilliant re-imagination of the track. It’s a robust whirring future bass and melodic bass edit.  The electronic project plans on releasing their very first single, Long Way Home, on January 26th. This gripping remix of Working For It certainly leaves us salivating for more from the pair, and we can’t wait to hear their single.