It’s been a few months since we’ve heard from Russ Chimes, but his remix of Bastille’s “Flaws” was worth the wait. Following in the same vein as his “Back 2 You” release, Chimes takes the original’s infectious and emotive vocal samples and adds classic house stylings. The finished product of pulsing grooves and subtle synth play marks another formidable notch to Russ Chimes’ already acclaimed production clout. Give it a listen after the break and hold tight for the October 21st release.
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