Dancing Astronaut favorite Pierce Fulton just dropped his rework to alt-rock band Mutemath’s “In No Time” as a free download. Fulton once again displays his versatility as a producer by refurbishing the emotional original and adding a touch of upbeat rhythm making it ooze with feel-good vibes. We’re noticing a pattern from Pierce through his podcasts, releases, and live performances — he’s not afraid to break from the mold of the repetitive, artificial synth sounds that we’re so used to hearing, and instead keeps things original and refreshing with his unique approach to producing quality and timeless electronic music. Whether it’s a free download or official release, every Pierce production is a welcomed treat. Head to his Soundcloud page for the download.
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