UK trio London Grammar chose an unlikely producer for their latest remix: 24-year-old Kanye West collaborator Evian Christ. Christ takes the band’s modern day power ballad Strong and drags it into trap territory. The two artists seem like an impossible clash of genres at first, but Christ complements singer Hannah Reid’s smoky vocals [...]
London Grammar - Strong (Evian Christ Remix)
LA’s mystery-shrouded Zhu, famous for the Moves Like Ms. Jackson incident and a series of criminally well-produced tracks on The Nightday EP just weeks ago continues his spree today with new remixes of Lana Del Rey’s West Coast and Strong by London Grammar. Zhu abducts Lana Del Rey and her whispery ode to the westside, cuts it up into [...]
We’re back with another edition of Dive Into The Deep, featuring a fantastic free download from Leo Zero and some blistering new music from Filburt, Slow Hearts, YokoO, and an excellent mix from Pattern Drama. London Grammar – Strong (Leo Zero Remix) Nice treatment from a stellar remixer for one of the most talented pop music artists [...]
London Grammar - Strong (Leo Zero Remix)
Progressive house fans, rejoice: Sasha is back! It’s been a minute since we last heard from the living legend, who returns to reinvent British trip hop trio London Grammar’s breakout hit Hey Now. The single has already seen remixes from the likes of Tensnake and Bodhi, but this version is nothing less than otherworldly. At eight and a [...]
Tensnake certainly isn’t the first producer to remix the sophisticated sounds of London Grammar, but he manages to dish out a fresh and complex spin on Hey Now in his latest release. Hot off the heels of his remix of Duke Dumont’s I Got U, the German producer once again proves his ability to take a stand-alone hit and give it a distinct [...]
Last we heard from Bodhi, the duo was caught up in existential ruminations about the meaning of chaos and disorder in the universe. This week, their concerns are far more down-to-earth, as evidenced by their remix of the breakout hit Hey Now from London Grammar. Like much of Bodhi’s best work to date, the remix is patient and restrained, [...]