[PREMIERE] Shallou & RKCB Collaborate On Atmospheric R&B Ballad “Slow”

RKCB Slow Shallou

We have the pleasure of introducing eclectic electronic producer Shallou and vocalists RKCB to TSIS for the premiere of their collaboration “Slow”. The New Orleans to Chicago producer proves to be a great compliment to the dreamy sound from RKCB, the vocalist duo comprised of Riley Knapp and Casey Barth. 

RKCB and Shallou pair together effortlessly on “Slow” as the airy R&B vocals seemingly float above the atmospheric instrumental packed with slowly building background textures that add a layer of depth to the rolling percussion. The gentle vocals add an emotional edge to the hypnotic instrumental while the artists impress us on their TSIS debut. Both artists are working hard on their second EPs in addition to RKCB hitting the road with TSIS regular Gallant. Enjoy!

Shallou x RKCB - Slow | Free Download 

[PREMIERE] Gramatik's "Native Son Prequel" Receives Soulful Trap Remix From MYRNE

Gramatik - Native Sons Prequel (MYRNE Remix) [Cover Art]

Rising Singapore based producer MYRNE has delivered his hybrid trap and future bass take on Gramatik's single, "Native Son Prequel". The official remix is fueled by a funky guitar bassline, jazzy riffs and punchy percussion that gives the production an extra bite to it. MYRNE says he's been a fan of Gramatik since his early high school days. Here's what he had to say about the remix opportunity:

In a bizarre twist of events, from listening to Gramatik's Expedition 44 & Street Bangers series as a high school freshman (which really set the groundwork for my approach to funk-infused electronica), to having him personally reach out for a remix was surreal. I had the entire Epigram record to choose from, and my ears were out for this one because of the soulful, tongue-in-cheek vocal. I kept most of the swing from the original record, while giving it a overpowered, gospel-esque boost. Play this one loud!! -- MYRNE

The up-and-coming artist beautifully implements funk, soul and gospel elements into one cohesive package that lands an official slot of Gramatik's "Native Son Prequel" remix package on Lowtemp Music. Listen to the premiere of MYRNE's rendition below and grab a free download while it lasts. enjoy!

Gramatik - Native Son Prequel (MYRNE Remix) | Free Download

[PREMIERE] Herobust - Dirty Work (Barely Alive Remix) : Heavy Future Bass / Dubstep Remix [Free Download]

Herobust - Dirty Work (Barely Alive Remix)
At the start of 2016, rising trap producer Herobust released his eight-track I'm Aloud EP on Mad Decent. Since then, he's gradually unveiled remixes off the project amid his string of bass-fueled reworks which he cleverly marks, "BUSTED By Herobust".
The latest remix off the EP comes from none other than Barely Alive who keeps listeners on their toes with a future bass meets dubstep remake of "Dirty Work". The duo continues their momentum from earlier this month when they teamed up with Virtual Riot to remix LDRU's "Next To You" feat. Savoi.
Their take on "Dirty Work" fleshes out the hip-hop based original by adding speedy percussion, melodic future bass synths and heavy wobbles that somehow go hand in hand in a seamless manner. Check out the premiere of Barely Alive's spin on Herobust's single below. Enjoy! 

Herobust - I'm Alive (Barely Alive Remix) | Free Download

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