Prism House "Someone Save Me (Albert Swarm Remix)"
- Words: Tim Gentles
Finnish producer Albert Swarm has remixed NYC duo Prism House's "Someone Save Me," a track which was released early this year on the group's Reflections EP for Ceremony. The original track is a bright, collage-like slice of electronic pop, but in the twisted hands of the mysterious Albert Swarm, it takes on much more sinister undertones. Mechanical-sounding beats stumble over one another while distant sounds whir and mutate, resulting in a tune that's both surprisingly melodic and completely foreboding. (via No Fear of Pop)
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