With his finger on the trigger of what’s bumpin’, The Polish Ambassador has not only turned heads but established himself as a tour de force this past year hitting up festivals alongside EDM goliaths such as Bassnectar, Skrillex, and Mimosa. Although TPA might be a fresh name to the scene, he’s one of those guys that has been working at production forever. His discography is deep, and hella worth exploring.
His latest release is a remix album of his LP from earlier this year, Future, Sex, Computers. Featuring a dozen remixes and three originals that act as a B-side, this is definitely a release to scoop up. The new original tracks are Concubot parts 1-3, with each representing an aspect of the Ambassador’s unique but familiar sound. Part 3 hit the sweet spot for me, but I suggest you check out all three if you dig it! The two remixes that made the biggest impressions were Gladkill’s remix of Space Leaf Dub, which gives an almost dreamstep feel to an already glitchy vocal track, and a slick moombahton remix of Go Slowly by newcomer Splatinum. The latter takes one of the chiller looks at the emerging genre, but trust me, it definitely lives up to snuff.