The intense beats and heavy rhythms typical of dance music certainly have their time and place, but sometimes we need to slow it down a bit. Teendaze is offering us that necessary break with their remix of “Perth,” originally by the Grammy-winning band Bon Iver. His lovely and moving remix of “Perth” makes the task of turning a Bon Iver song into a dance music track look easy, which it isn’t. The remix was birthed as the result of a Bon Iver x Spotify x Indaba Music remix contest so we’re curious to see the results — especially since Teendaze claims this is only his first entry.
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