Emufucka "Xanadu (Submerse Remix)"
There's a swirl of 8-bit chaos hidden in the original version of Emufucka's "Xanadu," a characteristic which barely begins to show itself as the song comes to a close. Tokyo bass alchemist and Project:Mooncircle ally Submerse's remix of the track seems to start from the end and work its way back to the beginning, throwing all the elements that defined the original and ratcheting up their volume and intensity. Furthermore, his take on Emufucka's cut not only flips the arrangement of the tune, but also drops the tempo into a half-time strut. Emufucka's Quark/4 EP—which serves as the home to the original and this remixed version of "Xanadu"—will be available on March 25 via the Loveless label.
- GearArtist Tips: Marcel Dettmann's Five Keys to Being a Good DJ
- NewsSoundCloud Announces Advertising, Royalty Collection, Subscription Service
- NewsDefected Announces Masters at Work Anthology
- NewsCheck Out John Talabot's Remix of Bicep, Download an "AltMix"
- NewsTerekke Preps New EP for L.I.E.S., Streams Title Track
- 20 Questions: Jackmaster Talks Fast Food, Rubadub, and Coping with the Endless Party Loop
- Get Familiar: Dark Entries
- Nothing Is True, Everything Is Permitted: Wolfgang Voigt, Lawrence English, and Others Ponder the State of Ambient Music
- 20 Questions: DJ Harvey Talks Surfing, Rock 'n' Roll, and the Meaning of Life
XLR8R Downloads Player