When talking about OWSLA, it is nearly impossible not to name drop, and the second chapter of Jack Beats remixes only makes the challenge more difficult. Following up on August’s efforts from Major Lazer, Brillz and AC Slater in Jack Beats Remixed Vol. 1, Clockwork has enlisted his remix services for the second volume. Taking on the iconic British pair’s collab with Example and Diplo, the young Dim Mak signee will make his debut on The Nest with a re-strategized “War.” More electro than eclectic, the remix preserved the vocals while twisting the tones into bass-heavy builds. To be released alongside A-Trak’s rework of “Just A Beat” on September 24th, the “War” remix offers just a taste of the many ways to serve Niall and Ben.
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