Zeds Dead made a reputation for themselves in 2010-2013 by being an unstoppable pressure of modern bass, by means of each remixes and originals. Aside from their collaborative work with Omar Linx, the 2 Canadian bass producers created quite a lot of remixes that have been wholly distinctive to their sound: “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” by Nina Simone, “Gimme Shelter” by The Rolling Stones, “Paradise Circus” by Massive Attack, “Volcano” by Dragonette, and naturally, “Eyes On Fire” by Blue Foundation.
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Over the years, their sound has modified barely. They’ve explored extra avenues in bass music whereas nonetheless holding their similar id, however it’s unimaginable to say that it hasn’t advanced. But with their new remix of “Bury A Friend” by Billie Eilish, I really feel that very same pleasure I did almost a decade in the past once I first found my love of Zeds Dead.
And that’s not likely a shock, both. Dave Grohl in contrast Billie’s affect on her followers now to that of Nirvana’s in 1991 — that Zeds Dead would add her to their catalogue of remixes together with Massive Attack, Rolling Stones, and Nina Simone makes excellent sense.
The remix is darkish and sultry, however not ever overpowering. The bass notes hold you within the second, remembering always, “This is Zeds Dead.” But better of all, Billie’s vocals are left almost completely intact. It’s a testomony to her personal ability as a vocalist, but additionally Zeds Dead’s intuition as producers.
Like the rest involving Billie Eilish, this remix will in all probability go down as a basic in Zeds Dead’s discography when all is alleged and completed. Check it out beneath.
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