Your EDM Premiere: Is the ‘Mystery Machine’ at ‘Tardis’? Glitch City’s Remix Poses the Query in Heavy, Ravey Style [Metro/Viper]


A great deal as their original predecessor and in accurate Viper style, the remixes for Matrix & Futurebound’s Mystery Machine LP have been trickling in, teasing fans with new requires on each and every of the 16 tracks. The second installment of 3 remixes is due out this Friday. It leads with a  cheeky, neuro-inspired version of “Got You There” feat. Zelah by T & Sugah followed by Flite’s stripped-down and raved-up remix of “Believe” and ultimately Glitch City’s providing: a steppy, glitchy version of “Tardis.”

With his remix of “Tardis,” Glitch City shows that just a handful of tweaks to timing and spacing on a track’s stems can lead to a entire new sound. It is also a testament to the good quality of stated stems. Mr. City took the primary synths from the original track and spaced them out not just amongst bars but amongst each and every 4-count. It highlights stated synth in a fully distinctive way, generating it sound extra punchy and significantly less melodic but somehow just as ravey.

This new spacing in the synths does not in any way slow down the track the remix adds a steppy, snare-driven beat that enables it to flirt with jump up but it is extra universal. The synth-widening also provides the artist extra space to play with other components, and that is what Glitch City has accomplished. There’s a crunchy, Pendulum-style echo impact but also he’s inserted some seemingly random-sounding metallic synths that appear to descend towards the phrase transitions. There’s a small techy, neuro kick to these ambient synths which after once again tends to make this track defy subgenre: it is not jump up, it is not neuro. It is just fantastic dancefloor music.

What’s so exciting about remixes in the modern day era is not necessarily choosing out what’s distinctive about distinctive version or deciding which mix is greatest. With a fantastic set of original stems and a fantastic remixer, from time to time it is about how small one particular can tinker with issues and make a entire new vibe. It is not so say Glitch City didn’t do a fair quantity of tinkering with “Tardis” but his version, with just a handful of tweaks, has sent the original track – along its fans – on a entire new journey. Therefore the name, “Tardis”? Possibly but no matter what the dimension, this remix stomps.

The Mystery Machine remixes element two EP will be out this Friday, October 11 on Metro/Viper. Click right here to pre-order or pre-save.


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