Remixed is a column that will highlight remixes we actually think are worthy of praise, be they old or new. Because most remixes are rubbish. // Words: Saam Das
I can't say I've heard of Soil In The Synth before. Thankfully, my ignorance is limited in that respect as I'm much more familiar with CURXES, a South coast duo whose coming of age is encapsulated by their latest stormer of a single, 'Spectre'. Download the riot grrl-esque Soil In The Synth remix below.
A little bit of research reveals that the man behind Soil In The Synth is producer Glen Nicholls, who also operates in [STRANGERS]. He also has a more close connection to CURXES having produced 'Spectre', and now has added his own twist to the track.
The Soil In The Synth remix takes more of a guitar-led turn compared to its electro based original, a gloriously scuzzy offering. Beware of the ear-piercing ending, however. Download the remix for free below. Hat tip to Robin at Breaking More Waves for bringing the track to my attention.
Find more on CURXES at curxes.com and Soil In The Synth at facebook.com/soilinthesynth.