RackNRuin has delivered a bevy of highly combustible, dance floor bomb-shells over the past two years. Ever since his debut on Black Butter Records in 2010, the Londoner has produced several monstrous tunes like his fueled-up, break-driven collaboration with Jessie Ware called Soundclash. He’s also remixed tracks from a slew of noteworthy artists since his debut, including an official rework of the popular Nas and Damian Marley tune As We Enter. Most recently, the eclectic producer re-tooled Loadstar’s huge forthcoming dubstep tune Black and White into a steamy garage edit filled with panache.
Set to drop on December 10th via Ram Records, RackNRuin’s official remix of Black and White is a dashing display of evolving rhythms and deep, luxurious bass. Similar to other RackNRuin productions, the tune is not easily defined–borrowing elements from garage, grime, and house. Initially, the tune starts with a grooving house vibe, but quickly transforms into swinging, 2-step garage rhythm, before finally ending with a dose of grimey, low-slung lyrics from Benny Banks. RackNRuin’s diverse array of influences are on full display in this remix, making it one of his most accessible tunes to date. Head over to itunes to reserve a copy immediately!