As if Kavinsky’s latest release “Protovision” wasn’t impressive enough, Alex Ridha warps the orchestral chord work of the original with scratchy synthesis and dark grinding techno, ripping huge chasms into the track’s grandiose composition. This is Boys Noize at his best, no gimmicks, no Snoop Dogg, just unfettered electro with pulsing percussion, shuffling bass lines, and filter heavy grit. Look for this remix to be released alongside more from STS, Sebastian Teller, and Blood Orange — Available on February 25th.
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