It wasn’t long ago that rising Danish producer The Frederik was a blip on the proverbial radar–transitioning from a classical musical upbringing to the binary universe of EDM. Inspired by the likes of Wolfgang Gartner and Noisia, Fred adapted his classical training to form his unique brand of bass-laden electro, subsequently scoring releases on notable labels such as Mau5trap, UKF, and No Tomorrow Recordings, to name a few. Now, the burgeoning producer is gearing up to release his summer smash Torpedo alongside a dirty retooling from Brighton bass-technician Far Too Loud–and LessThan3 has the exclusive full-length cut ahead of the Nov. 28 release.
Far Too Loud’s remix of Torpedo is a face-scraping, synthetic blitz of bass and beats–suitable for deployment during peak nighttime hours. With its sizzling snare and modulated mid-bass, this song’s groove quotient is nigh impossible to calculate. Thankfully, much of the original’s structure and melodic content remains intact, preserving the audacious build-up and drop from Fred’s version.
Make sure to pick up Torpedo along with FTL’s rinsing remix on Nov. 28 via No Tomorrow Recordings. In the meantime, check out UKF’s inside look at Far Too Loud remixing Torpedo in the studio (below).