La Boum Fatale "Snalle (Glenn Astro's Snaller Remix)"
German outfit La Boum Fatale (pictured above) released its Two Remixes EP (with reworks of material taken from the Damwild EP from earlier this year) earlier this week, and we have one of those two remixes for you here. Produced by fellow German artist Glenn Astro, this driving version of "Snalle" is propelled by an otherworldly drum kit that sounds as though it manifested aboard a space shuttle. Familiar elements—such as lifelike bells and a keyboard riff that at times sounds like steel drums—help bring the mix down to Earth while still maintaining its deep-house vibe. You can check out the second remix featured on La Boum Fatale's Two remixes EP after the jump.
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