Yesterday, Rezz took to Twitter to reveal that she is working on a remix for one of Porter Robison’s ‘Worlds’ tracks. We’re both thrilled and not surprised, in the best way – it seems that she always has some special project or another that she’s working on. It was just a few weeks ago that she released a 13-track Halloween mixtape.
There are no clips or teasers for the remix yet—we don’t even know what song it is—but Rezz’s loyal fans are still excited. There is much speculation on both Twitter and Reddit about what song she’s doing and how it will sound.
This remix feels like a long time coming. Rezz already plays a ‘Shelter’ evil edit that Madeon released earlier this year, as well as his track ‘Stupid’. It only makes sense that she incorporates a Porter Robinson song into the mix. And with Robinson’s new darker live edit of ‘Fellow Feeling’ it’s perfect.
Rezz did say in her tweet, “I hope I finish this one!” which leads us to believe she’s attempted a ‘Worlds’ remix before. Here’s hoping this one sees the light of day.
What song do you hope she’s remixing?
working on a remix for one of porters tracks off ‘worlds’ . I hope I finish this one !
— Rezz (@OfficialRezz) November 7, 2018
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Above & Beyond are set to have a monstrous 2018. With their new album, Common Ground, slated for January you would think that’s enough. Yet the trio is also releasing a documentary surrounding their acoustic work called Above & Beyond Acoustic: Giving Up The Day Job.
The documentary is produced by Abramorama and will open theatrically in New York in late January with other locations to follow. It will show the behind the scenes happenings when one of dance music’s biggest acts takes a leap into classical music. Now we have the official documentary trailer. Check it out and be sure to see it when it comes to your town.
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By Real EDM — 9 months ago
Louis Futon is 26 years young and at the top of his game.
Louis Futon ended his Fall On Me tour with a bang, selling out The Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, California. The show was filled with high energy, vibrant lights, and insane instruments. When Louis Futon steps on stage, you feel the music flowing through his veins. Even off stage, that energy transcends through his music production and social media presence. With an oversaturated electronic music market, Louis Futon is a breath of fresh air. He pushes the boundaries of his sounds, bringing in soul, R&B, hip-hop, and jazz to the table. His live set included an amazing trumpet player who goes by Ariel Shrumpet on Instagram. His addition to the tour took the show to another level of artistry.
Louis Futon is not a stranger to the music world. In 2015, he released “Wasted On You” with ODESZA’s record label Foreign Family, amassing millions of streams. Since then, he has been producing feel-good music, touring across the country, and creating sensational beat challenges with his friends. He’s doing pretty well if you ask me.
We sat down with Tyler (Louis Futon) before his Los Angeles show to talk about his upbringing, creativity, and some deep pizza thoughts.
EDM: How did you and Foreign Family first come together. What’s was the process to land the official release of “Wasted on You” with them?
Louis Futon: Ah, I actually forget. I really don’t know because it was right at the beginning of Foreign Family when we started talking and they said “Hey we got this label, it would be sick if you put out a song” and I said “How about this one?” and then they said they loved it. They might have reached out to us or we might have reached out to them I’m not sure. That’s a terrible answer. (laughs)
EDM: Your show tonight is with Brownies and Lemonade. How did you first get introduced to the LA crew?
Well, it’s funny, we were having brownies and lemonade… Nah I’m just kidding. I met Kush (B&L member) awhile back, we met at Hard Summer 2 years ago and said “we should do something together” and then it never happened for another 2 years. But it finally did happen! And here we are.View the original article to see embedded media.
EDM: So you live in LA, what’s your best and least favorite part about the city?
Louis Futon: My favorite part is the smog and my least favorite part is the ocean… I’m more of a smog guy.
EDM: We absolutely love your beat challenges they are so entertaining to watch. What made you think of the beat challenge?
Futon: So I did this one for J Dilla’s death and I did a step by step to honor him and it did pretty well and then my managers were like “we should turn this into a thing” and I said “nah it won’t do well” and they said “yea lets try to ask people what they would want you to flip and then just flip it” and then I agreed and it just blew up.
EDM: It seems like it comes so naturally for you.
Futon: That’s my process it comes so naturally to me because I don’t think twice about it that’s how I make music but it’s actually insightful because it’s really that easy. It’s kinda intimidating for other people who want to get into music where people don’t know the process and how it’s that simple. It’s more about the energy and flow of producing rather than the technicalities of it.
EDM: You seem like you have a lot of musically woke friends. Did you always have musically inclined people in your life growing up?
Futon: I did, I was in and out of bands my whole life. I picked up drums and guitar and I was in and out of so many bands that definitely helped shaped my music taste and pushed me further. I used to write all of our old stuff with all my friends. I was getting in raps when I was in 6th grade. And for electronic music, its hard to say, maybe my friend right here way back when introduced me to Skrillex. I really like hip-hop too so I try to blend those two, and I’m always changing now, it’s completely different from when I started 3 years ago. I never know where I wanna take my music, I just take it day by day.
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Futon: Scared? I’m not scared of anything.
EDM: Can we expect an album or an EP in the near future?
Futon: I have a couple of songs coming out with a few friends and then a single and…. then I can’t tell you. That’s it.
EDM: Last question, if you could be a pizza what kind would you be?
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