When it comes to dropping fresh and forward thinking remixes, Oakland-based artist KRANE has been on an absolute tear these past few months. Back in June the producer teamed up with Alexander Lewis for a brassy, trap-influenced remix of Sinjin Hawke’s “Onset.” Just a couple weeks later he kept the momentum high with his take on Cashmere Cat’s “9 (After Coachella).” Both of these re-works were bursting with energy and perfectly crafted for summer. Today KRANE is back with yet another impressive remix, this time for RÜFÜS DU SOL's (known as RÜFÜS outside of North America) “Innerbloom.”
"Listening to electronic music is still relatively a new thing in my life – in many ways I’ve learned about it alongside of learning production. And when I heard Rufus I was blown away- it was not a style I had been into prior- but they have a style and moodiness to their music I was instantly in love with. I made this remix of Innerbloom to bring their vibe into my sets in a way that felt me still, and have been playing it out for some time. I’ve gotten more and more requests from DJ’s to send it to them, and fans to release it. So, albeit a little late, here it is." – KRANE
With this remix KRANE maintains the noticeable power behind the original, all the while boosting the energy with his signature style of production. He pulls you in from the start with a somber piano intro, building into an infectious future bass drop that ties in edits of “Innerbloom”’s iconic vocals and synth patterns. Altogether, KRANE takes an already beautiful track and gives it an edge we never knew it needed. Check out the remix below and enjoy!