Holly releases the remix package of his genre-defying Alameda 1000 EP which features the likes of Baauer, Tek Genesis, DJ Ammo, and Lisbona Sisters!
To close out a tremendous 2019 year, bass producer Holly decided to drop some remixes for his previously released EP Alameda 1000. When Holly released the EP back in September it was met with great praise for showcasing the producers versatility. That versatility is expanded even further on Alameda 1000 (The Remixes) with talents such as Baauer, Tek Genesis, DJ Ammo, and the Lisbona Sisters coming together to put their spin on these tracks.
On the original EP, Holly had a wide range of genres spanning from dubstep to future bass to electro. Now, on the remix package, each one of these producers has put yet another genre spin on these songs – elevating them to the next level.
Listen to Alameda 1000 (The Remixes) on Spotify below, download or stream them on your favorite platform, and read on for a review of these tracks!
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This remix EP starts with two unbelievable tracks from the legendary artist Baauer and newcomer Tek Genesis!
Listening to any Holly track, you can distinctly pick out the influence that Baauer has had on this Portuguese artist. Everything has come full circle now that Baauer has lended his talents to “Strip Money“. On this track, Baauer brings monstrous energy, heavy 808s and completely flips the original track on its head and turns it into a bouncy, club banger.
Tek Genesis provides a new perspective to “Last Dream in Europe” and brings his unique style and precise production talents to the track. This track has some awesome sound design and features a glitched-out first drop as well as a drum and bass second drop.
On the house-side of things is DJ Ammo’s remix of the Bloody Beetroots collab “DAWGS” and Lisbona Sisters take on the hip-hop track “Till I Die”.
DJ Ammo’s remix provides a minimal beat that brings a stark contrast to the original, electro version of the song. It’s groovy and makes you want to dance instantly. The Lisbona Sisters’ turn the gangster “Till I Die” into a killer G-house track. Their use of catchy melodies as well as samples of the vocals on the track gives listeners a gripping experience from start to finish.
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