The Knife "Networking (Grenier Remix)"
- Words: DeForrest Brown
California producer Grenier (pictured above) has made a name for himself exploring a range of expansive, bass-driven styles over the last few years, having released on Pinch's Tectonic imprint and offering his series of Voids releases via Bandcamp. Said to be one of the artist's favorite tracks from The Knife's latest album, the XLR8R Pick'd Shaking the Habitual, "Networking" recently got the bootleg remix treatment from Grenier, who wrangles the blistering cut into more manageable DJ fare. Each of the original production's scattershot vocals are employed with the central dance rhythm in mind, and the remixer makes sure to reign in the noisy chaos of the climax before his whole tune loses control.
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