By: Heather Hodder
Can’t get enough of a good thing? Neither can we. Our friends over at Sleeveless Records just released Pigeon Hole's Invasion Remix EP. The 4-track EP contains remixes of Pigeon Hole’s February 2018 release. The Remix EP includes flipped, twisted, and screwed tracks reincarnated by Stylust, ColtCuts, yunis, and Strange Thing.
Stylust, head of Sleeveless Records label, chose to remix the title song “Invasion.” Stylust’s version is heavier than the original, with a booming uptempo gritty baseline, bringing his flavor of dark, twisted dubstep fueled hip hop into the mix. Pigeon Hole is made up of two Victoria, British Columbia music producers, Colin "Dusty Melo" McCue and Lee "Marmalade" Napthine. Their original Invasion EP was met with much acclaim when the duo released it earlier this year. This west coast twosome is starting to get major name-recognition in the scene.
Stylust, also known as the Sleeveless warrior Canadian DJ Geoff Reich, has previous worked with Pigeon Hole on a single called “Fortnite.” Yunis also remixed “Invasion,” but his is a distorted, trip-hop remake. yunis has created a name for himself internationally outside his home in Berlin, Germany, for his deep big bass sound and intuitive deconstructed hip-hop beats. In fact, we just premiered his collab with Moniker (a pair of Sleeveless alums), from his upcoming EP. ColtCuts, chose to take on “Eight Arms,” while newcomer Strange Thing remixed Pigeon Hole’s “COMEWIDDIT.”
It was a big week for Pigeon Hole remixes, as CharlestheFirst released his “Dodge Ball” remix last week, as well. Everyone wants a piece of Pigeon.