One of Hudson Mohawke's most noteworthy singles, "Chimes", has been given a trap makeover by Alexander Lewis and Y2K. Let's rewind it back to 2012 when the the original song made its first series of appearances at TNGHT's live shows. Buzz around the drop's formidable brass instrumentation steadily built online and then experienced a significant spike, thanks to a major commercial sync for Apple's MacBook Air.
Fast forward to present time where rising producers Alexander Lewis and Y2K install a handful of elegant, cinematic synths around the production's foundation to give the song a grander appeal. Additionally, they experiment with the structuring and melody of the drop while still maintaining the lead synth's strong presence. Listen below and enjoy!
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