Kill Paris – To A New Earth EP : Electro-Soul / Future-Funk EP Feat. Remixes from GRiZ, Gramatik, K Theory, Candyland, Robert DeLong

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The taleneted funk filled Corey Baker aka Kill Paris has been releasing free songs over the past year really carving a completely original sound. OWSLA, Skrillex’s record label signed the soulful producer and just unleashed his debut release, To A New Earth EP. It features 3 brand new original songs from KP “Slap Me”,”To A New Earth” and “Catch You”; as well as a sea of incredible remixes from fellow rising artists GRiZ, Gramatik, Candyland, K Theory and Robert DeLong. We already got to premiere the free download of the bass heavy GRiZ remix, and Gramatik was nice enough to keep up the free spirit and include a download of his remix as well. K Theory delivers 110 paced heavy hitting remixes of both “Slap Me” and “Catch You”. Dubstep duo Candyland destroys “Slap Me” as well leaving us with a track fit to destroy a rave. Robert DeLong drops off 2 change of pace indie house remix of “Catch You”. The entire EP is great all the way out, and this is a huge release for everyone involved, so don’t hesitate supporting it through Beatport or iTunes. Turn this up, enjoy!

Kill Paris – To A New Earth EP | Beatport | iTunes

Kill Paris – Slap Me (Gramatik Remix) | Download

Kill Paris – Slap Me (GRiZ Remix) | Download

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COLORADO: Don’t forget that Kill Paris is going to be making his debut stop in Boulder, CO March 14th when he takes over The Fox Theatre. Grab tickets ahead as this show is sure to sell out. Grab tickets here.

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7 Comments to “Kill Paris – To A New Earth EP : Electro-Soul / Future-Funk EP Feat. Remixes from GRiZ, Gramatik, K Theory, Candyland, Robert DeLong”

  • Yo man, the names on the EP are a little mixed up. I think the Slap Me(Griz Remix) and the Catch You (K Theory Remix) are switched. Just sayin its a little confusing. Sick EP though, definitely gonna get this one.

  • Man Griz killed it!

  • Фрактально! )

  • Ya Matt is right, these songs are a little mixed up, prolly just a mistake but..

    “Slap Me (K Theory Remix)” audio is actually “Catch You (K Theory Remix)”

    then

    “Catch You (K Theory Remix)” audio is actually “Slap Me (Griz Remix)”

    then

    “Slap Me (Griz Remix)” audio is actually “To A New Earth (Gramatik Remix)”, which you have two of.

    just lookin out, peace

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