Laurel Halo "Supersymmetry (Physical Therapy 3-Step Remix)"
We're not entirely sure what to make of producer Physical Therapy. We know he's one of the residents at Ghe20 Gothik, but little information is available on the man outside of that. We think the guy is from somewhere in New Jersey, it seems like he is pretty into Top 40 hip-hop, and he apparently has a penchant for tweaking those kinds of tunes into slow and strange compositions that are more about shady moods than pulsing club vibrations. In that same vein, the musicmaker re-worked "Supersymmetry" by NYC tunestress Laurel Halo (pictured above), delivering an eerie and dub-heavy track that sounds nothing like its source material. In fact, the looping sample of Timbaland that finishes off Physical Therapy's remix squeezes in far more syllables than the miniscule blips of Halo's croon that are fired off repetitiously. If the track info didn't credit the burgeoning singer/songwriter's track, we'd have had no idea "Supersymmetry" was even an inspiration for the screwy number, but that's not to say we love it any less. (via FACT)
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