Sam IRL "Safety Hertz (Cid Rim Remix)"
Vienna-based producer and latest addition to the LuckyMe family Cid Rim (pictured above) recently delivered this remix for German producer Sam IRL, which originally appeared on last month's Slower Bavarian EP on Jazz & Milk. Comparatively, the remix is a futuristic, bass-driven refix of the original "moody deep-house tune," and has already been played out by the likes of Ben UFO and Jackmaster. Cid Rim—who has a self-titled album of his own coming out on LuckyMe tomorrow—completely reworks "Safety Hertz," deepening the soundscape with layers of crunchy noise, punchy synth stabs, and whirlwinds of spaced-out sound effects.
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