We didn’t get just one remix on March 9th, but three. First up is Celldweller’s The Great Divide (Matt Lange Remix), which turns the introspective, melancholy acoustic feeling of the original into a glitchy IDM track. Lange’s refined production abilities, honed from years of work with electronic legends such as BT, releases on Deadmau5’s label imprint, Mau5trap Recordings, composing gaming soundtracks for Counter-Strike: Global Offense and DOTA II, amongst others, are culminated in a breathtaking remix combining simplicity with sensational sound design. The track creates a ghostly atmosphere, haunted by Klayton’s echoing vocals, driven by emotion, smooth bass, and head-bobbing drum fills.
The second song is Raizer’s A.I. (Sebastian Komor Remix). Electronic artist/producer Sebastian Komor reunites with Eastern Europe electronic-rock 4-man project, Raizer, with his edgy remix of “A.I.” Going from producer/mixer to re-mixer, Sebastian Komor takes the track’s cyber-dystopian warning of impending doom and pushes the track into a chilled, yet energetic bass-infused anthem.
We also have Blue Stahli’s Ready Aim Fire (Owl Vision Remix). Sweden’s dark electronic music artist/producer Owl Vision faces off with The Devil in a unique remix of Blue Stahli’s “Ready Aim Fire.” Like an evil snake charmer, Owl Vision ensnares listeners with mesmerizing Arabian melodies and ritualistic beats, pushing the track into a captivating trance-like state.