Published: February 14, 2013
By: Anand Harsh
Colorado's Ronnie Weberg knows a thing or two about love. His mad synthwork and lush layers of ooey gooey goodness spread so thickly over his signature tracks. One of the purveyors of that Mountain Music sound that has such a profound respect for hip-hop, but deep down just wants to move your body, Unlimited Gravity it at that nexus of melodic intent with a bass sensibility. His latest remix tackles the work of Mansions on the Moon, a quartet who straddles the grey area separating indie and livetronica. As worlds collide, Weberg picks up the pieces and uses his sticky synth sound to mend a broken heart. "She Makes Me Feel" is drenched in sex and smells just as sweet. Reverb-soaked vox, chugging guitar lines, and thick bass--this track is more dessert than sonic woo music. Stay tuned for news regarding Unlimited Gravity's next full-length release. This one's gonna be hot.