Posts Tagged ‘vocal mix’

October 29, 2016
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Heads up, everyone (ahem, me) who loved Pluto and ye.’s transcendental collaboration Breath when it arrived several months ago. A new vocal mix of the track has arrived, and it’s absolutely sensational! Just when I thought I couldn’t fall any harder for the chopping, slicing, percolating future trap opus, these young production whizzes present us with Feel The Fire, adding fierce vocals by a mysterious singer in the process. Pluto and ye. have added fuel to this What So Not meets Odesza inferno, and it burns bright and magnificent. Snag the tense consuming track for free, here.

June 2, 2015
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I’m certainly on a roll with the electronic jams this early evening, and this new offering from rising East Coast producer Pierce Fulton certainly has me flying high in the music stratosphere. Kuaga (Lost Time) is a new version of his smashing track Kuaga. The new vocal mix, which premiered on Billboard, is a high energy electro progressive romper that brings out the carefree kids within us. It beckons us to throw all worries aside, throw our arms into the air, and dance along to an adventurous journey full of wonder and hope. The Lost Time version of Kuaga will be releasing sometime next week.

August 28, 2014
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/162136908/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

When I saw a vocal mix created out of RL Grime and What So Not’s Tell Me, I proceeded with caution. Tell Me is a stellar collaboration between some of my favorite producers in electronic trap music (What So Not is Emoh Instead and the great Flume, if you forgot). But then I threw all caution to the wind as I grooved out to Tracee OWO’s seriously dope jam. Her electro-R&B vocals fit the glistening, vivacious trap song’s nooks and crannies near perfectly, resulting in a very exhilarating, powerful ride. The New York songstress has my attention, hence forth.

August 28, 2014
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/162136908/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

When I saw a vocal mix created out of RL Grime and What So Not’s Tell Me, I proceeded with caution. Tell Me is a stellar collaboration between some of my favorite producers in electronic trap music (What So Not is Emoh Instead and the great Flume, if you forgot). But then I threw all caution to the wind as I grooved out to Tracee OWO’s seriously dope jam. Her electro-R&B vocals fit the glistening, vivacious trap song’s nooks and crannies near perfectly, resulting in a very exhilarating, powerful ride. The New York songstress has my attention, hence forth.