As a holiday treat for his adoring fans, Seven Lions has given away his ‘Deep Mix’ of “Isis” for free. The original mix of “Isis” was part of Seven Lion’s debut Polarized EP back in April. With its haunting choral voices and ethnic wind instruments, “Isis” is undoubtedly one of Seven Lions’ most unique dubstep productions to date. The ‘Deep Mix’ of “Isis” has pervaded many of Seven Lions’ live sets for some time now. In contrast to the original, the ‘Deep Mix’ VIP, or variation in production, employs an entirely new second drop. The enveloping, masterfully-layered second drop of the ‘Deep Mix’ is further evidence of Seven Lions’ deft ability to create ethereal, dreamlike soundscapes. Pick up the ‘Deep Mix’ of “Isis” for free from SoundCloud.
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