An-ten-nae - Grinding ft. High Tara Remixes
The creative genius of Mystic State, Nahlith, and Substance have spun An-ten-nae's original into a multi-faceted gem, its gleaming surfaces reflecting a spectrum of deep Dubstep colors.
The universe of remixes is a thrilling space of sonic transformation, where artists reimagine, reinterpret, and reconstruct sounds to create something new and unique. This is beautifully illustrated by An-ten-nae’s compelling tune featuring High Tara's distinct Jamaican dub vocals. It’s a track that beckoned for reimagining, and thankfully, a trio of talented artists answered the call.
Mystic State, Nahlith, and Substance have each bestowed their personal touch upon the track, resulting in three exceptional deep Dubstep versions that amplify the original's power while bringing new dimensions to the fore. Each of their offerings is a testament to their individual style, their remixes serving as windows into their sonic philosophies.
Mystic State dives into the deep end of 140, wielding masterful sound design that submerges you into an immersive soundscape. Their use of space is commendable, creating a rhythmic flow that allows the groove to unfold organically, the original's enchanting vocals delicately floating atop.
Nahlith, on the other hand, infuses the track with an added bounce. His remix lightens the mood, lifting the vibes to higher realms. The result is a captivating reinterpretation that dances on the sunnier side of deep Dubstep.
Substance, the final remixer in the triumvirate, introduces a grittier edge to the track. His remix brims with a crunchier bass, grandiose builds, and stripped-down beats that combine to form a version with a decidedly edgier attitude. It’s a tantalizing take that dares to flirt with the track’s wild side.
Each remix of An-ten-nae’s track not only honors the essence of the original but also unveils a new facet of its sonic identity. It's a compelling exploration of the transformative power of remixes, and a testament to the creative genius of Mystic State, Nahlith, and Substance. Together, they've spun An-ten-nae's original into a multi-faceted gem, its gleaming surfaces reflecting a spectrum of deep Dubstep colors.