By: Jonathan Gross
Today, acid crunk superstar An-ten-nae unveiled the remix of his smash "Someone Like You" from downtempo and psybass pioneers Desert Dwellers. The original, which appeared on Adam Ohana's Transmissions album from February of this year, is a trappy, weird bass chill out cut with a wild assortment of sounds and styles.
Desert Dwellers' Amani Friend and Treavor Moontribe took the laid back track and injected plenty of swirling psychedelia, which embraces the vocal sections with light, but powerful energy. It's a prime song for sunsets and early morning sunrise celebrations.
Desert Dwellers are coming off the release of their own remix album for The Great Mystery, split into two parts, in which Ohana submitted his own remix for "View from Lanaikea." The An-ten-nae remix subtly echoes the original with dancier beats and a little of Ohana's signature acid crunk flair.
You can catch Desert Dwellers, along with fellow psybass greats Phutureprimitive, Kalya Scintilla, Kaminanda, Sixis, Mystral, Outersect, and TRIBONE at The Untz Festival from June 2-4, 2016 at Mariposa County Fairgrounds in Mariposa, CA.
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