Hopefully you remember Fabio Lendrum from our latest Stargazers feature, but if not, here’s a quick refresher: he’s a 21 year old English producer / DJ who co-produced Example’s “Won’t Go Quietly” and is currently working with Big Beat Records. The Mikkas and Husman remix to his track, “Out Of The Water,” has already received support from Porter Robinson, who dropped it in his set at Tomorrowland. The track starts out with gentle electro vibes before a building piano interlude. Eventually there’s a drop that seems very Porter Robinson-inspired, perhaps revealing why he was drawn to the track initially. It will be released on Beatport September 3rd, but check out the preview in the meantime.
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