Sparking an exciting new direction is CloZee‘s remix of Lane 8‘s melodic house single ‘Sunday Song’ off his recent album, Brightest Lights. Here ability to weave in one of her signature psy-bass drops into a house beat is unprecedented.
How she finds space between Lane 8’s xylophone based melody to introduce a wall of bass is exactly what the late night dancefloor needs.
Just imagine Lane 8 surprising listeners with this during an extended house set and CloZee unleashing it amidst her 8-night sold out run at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, Colorado; the tempo dynamics is going to be very welcomed.
If you missed the window to buy Mish tickets, just get a tube and float by the venue or catch CloZee’s drive-in tour with Gramatik in Illinois, Georgia, Pennsylvania or Wisconsin this month.
On the other side of this fruitful remix trade, Lane 8 reworks CloZee’s ‘Neon Jungle’ for her upcoming remix pack.
Plus there is plenty more superb remixes to explore off, Brightest Lights Remixed. Some standout tracks include Ben Böhmer‘s rework of ‘How Often’, OCULA‘s remix of ‘The Gift’, Forty Cats‘ take on ‘Don’t Let Me Go’ and Jerro‘s ‘Road’ edit, but this whole album is the reason electronic music keeps us coming back for more.