Posts Tagged ‘Vincent’

April 13, 2018

It’s impossible not to “Feel It” when Vincent takes on KRANE for a truly resplendent future bass remix. The Canadian producer has given the Oakland native’s Feel It, featuring CXLOE and Khamsin, a spectacularly ravishing re-work. He cranked out this regal marching, grandly surging future trap edit in Dim Mak’s studios, giving us a larger than life, utterly exhilarating new take on the original. The track comes off of Krane’s Fallout (The Remixes) release, which is available, here.

February 6, 2018

Marshmello and Selena Gomez’s majestic collaboration Wolves may have been released near the end of last year, but it quickly made such a commotion and climbed the charts so fast that it became one of 2017′s biggest crossover hits. There’s no forgetting that amazing AMA performance, either. As I’ve already said a handful of times, some incredible remixes have been spawned by the hit single. Canadian producer Vincent offered up a stunning future bass and chill trap configuration soon after the single’s release. Check out the track, here. And now, Los Angeles based producer Crystalize has precipitated his own take out of Vincent’s remix, giving it a softer edge and a some fluid whorling beauty with his future bass makeover. That’s right, this is a remix of a remix, an evolution of an evolution. Benjamin David of Crystalize explains that once he heard Vincent’s remix, he felt so connected that he knew he had to put his own spin on it. Crystalize’s heart-stopping, dramatic sweeping edit is a free download, here.

June 29, 2017

Vincent’s new single is named Jinx, but trust me when I say it’s the farthest from a curse or malediction as can be. In fact, it will only bring you electrifying thrills and immense euphoria. The Canadian producer has whipped up a nocturnal trap wonderland. Its swift chopping, gritty whizzing soundscape is reminiscent of a cross between Flume and HudMo. There’s a mischievous and playful undertone to the ever shifting, always bustling anthem. Vincent says that Jinx came about as an idea that started last summer before it turned into a demo that he would play out at almost every single set. He circled back a year later to finish it up, combining production ideas from both 2016 and 2017 in the process. Jinx is a free download, here.

April 11, 2017

Canadian electronic prodigy Vincent, who first came to our attention last year with sweeping trap and bass spectacular Her, explains that he’s tired of hearing the same sound repeated in the scene these days, so he decided to try and make something different and push himself. We’re grateful for his determination and creativity, because it brings us a beautiful piece named Breathe on which the line between atmospheric trap and future pop is fully demolished. Breathe’s hovering beats, plumed synths, volatile horns, and honeyed vocals combine to suspend me in mid-air. I float euphorically, high above a dazzling nocturnal landscape. Vincent’s Breathe is a free download, here.

August 29, 2016

It’s an original that first turned us on to fast rising Winnipeg producer Vincent, but today, I give to you his phenomenal remix of Kehlani’s Gangsta. It’s no wonder the track has blown up on Soundcloud since I first flagged it as a must share late last week, Vincent’s Gangsta is glorious. It slow builds its way to future bass magnificence, culminating in swift dexterous arpeggios and glitchy chopped vocals that leave us tingling with exhilaration. Vincent’s remix is theatrical and gripping, an emotional and affecting journey. And it’s a free download, here.

June 18, 2016

Just A Tune, the alter ego of Australian producer Just A Gent, puts out some mighty fine flips and re-works under this more enigmatic name. The latest track to come from this side project of sorts, if it’s even considered one, is a new approach on Canadian artist Vincent’s gorgeous regal, magical enchanting trap and future bass song Her. Apparently, I’m not the only one who fell hard for this magical song. Just A Tune calls the original a “masterpiece”. He goes on to give the tune a tweak that doesn’t stray far from said original, but is extra spacey and more entrancing chill. Her takes on a warm dreaminess compared to the colder, darker original. Just A Gent even uses some murky marimbas to soften out the edges. This gorgeous re-imagining is a free download, here.

February 9, 2016

Let’s close this joint musical adventure out tonight with a ridiculously good track from a producer from Winnipeg, Canada who simply goes by the name Vincent. It’s a march of exuberant majesty on Her, a sweeping trap and bass spectacular. Its melodic keys and parading drum work are in fine sync with the song’s flaring bass and bouncing beat, resulting in a rather fantastical and wondrous experience very much unique in the burgeoning trap and future bass scene. Whoever this “her” is that inspired Vincent’s song, she’s obviously someone magical. Download Her for free, here.