Blamma! Blamma! feat. Kristina Train – Zsa Zsa (Eelke Kleijn’s After The After Remix)

Mon 20 January 2014

Early support from Mylo, Groove Armada, Aeroplane, Wankelmut, Soul Clap, The Magician, Dj T, Moonbootica, M.A.N.D.Y., Eelke Kleijn, Richy Ahmed, Kasper Bjorke, Psychemagik, Crazy P, Xinobi, Hot Toddy…

Fresh remixes of Blamma! Blamma!’s slo-mo, disco track ‘Zsa Zsa’.

First up is Andy Cato who keeps the slow vibes of the original, whilst adding a slight balearic touch with the drums. The track builds nicely with a crescendo provided by an uplifting piano and electronic synths.

In form duo, Psychemagik serve up a funk-laden remix oozing real class. Morphed guitars and synths drive the track, providing a futuristic tone.

Kiani & Red D (from FCL fame) inject a little more pace into the track, with elements of vintage electro infecting this house remix. The echoed vocals in parts add a chilling edge, with Kristina Train’s voice sitting nicely over the top of the catchy bassline.

Completing the package is much talked about Dutch producer, Eelke Kleijn. His remix has real soul and depth to it, with the deep rolling synths going hand-in-hand with the morphed vocals. Darkened breakdowns with undulating high synths add a real ‘German’ flair to the track.

 

Early support from Mylo, Groove Armada, Aeroplane, Wankelmut, Soul Clap, The Magician, Dj T, Moonbootica, M.A.N.D.Y., Eelke Kleijn, Richy Ahmed, Kasper Bjorke, Psychemagik, Crazy P, Xinobi, Hot Toddy…

Fresh remixes of Blamma! Blamma!’s slo-mo, disco track ‘Zsa Zsa’.

First up is Andy Cato who keeps the slow vibes of the original, whilst adding a slight balearic touch with the drums. The track builds nicely with a crescendo provided by an uplifting piano and electronic synths.

In form duo, Psychemagik serve up a funk-laden remix oozing real class. Morphed guitars and synths drive the track, providing a futuristic tone.

Kiani & Red D (from FCL fame) inject a little more pace into the track, with elements of vintage electro infecting this house remix. The echoed vocals in parts add a chilling edge, with Kristina Train’s voice sitting nicely over the top of the catchy bassline.

Completing the package is much talked about Dutch producer, Eelke Kleijn. His remix has real soul and depth to it, with the deep rolling synths going hand-in-hand with the morphed vocals. Darkened breakdowns with undulating high synths add a real ‘German’ flair to the track.