Disco Fries just released their new track, Killer, along with remixes by Bombs Away, Tommie Sunshine & Codes, Oh Snap!!, Peking Duk, The Only and Q-BiK & Xsessiv.
Read on for a full review of the original and all of the remixes.
The track itself has some very curious lyrics (and the music video is really weird) but they work really well within the context of the song. They sound very nice with the buildup. The drop is strange, with looped lyrics over a hardcore electro sound. Not exactly to my taste, but the lyrics really do make up for it.
Tommie Sunshine & Codes Remix:
This remix turns the song into a much more club-ready track. They reworks the breakdown, and adds a thick bassline to the track.
Peking Duk Remix:
Anyone who likes fidget house will like this rendition. It also contains a wonderful breakdown after the first drop that reminds me of Passion Pit/.
Oh Snap!! Remix:
This is the best of the dubstep remixes. It contains an elegant breakdown that one might think is from an electro house or progressive house track, after which it drops into a dirty bassline.
Bombs Away Remix:
This remix has a strange synth throughout the buildup and the drop, but it manages to sound kind of cool.
Q-BiK & Xsessiv Remix:
Thisremix begins with an electro drop like The Bloody Beetroots’ Warp 1.9 that has potential, but then the song becomes a dubstep track, with an exceedingly bizarre drop.