Femme En Fourrure "Bronco (Nguzunguzu Remix)"
Finnish duo Femme En Fourrure just dropped the brand-new Bronco EP on the club-loving Top Billin label, the title track of which we shared a music video of with you not too long ago. Included on that new, five-track release are remixes from of Teeth, Square Mode, and, feautured here, LA duo Nguzunguzu, who injects the brooding production with a bit of dark West Coast swagger. The combination of slow-bouncing drum machine patterns, ominous low-end melodies, and obscured vocal utterances make the duo's remix of "Bronco" sound something like a distant relative of witch house, one who prefers uppers to downers and would rather spend its late nights on the dancefloor than skulking about a graveyard.
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