Get amped for George Maple's upcoming tour with the remix package for Sticks And Horses

Get amped for George Maple's upcoming tour with the remix package for Sticks And Horses

Includes big remixes from Deetron, Daktyl and George Maple herself.

With the release of Sticks and Horses (featuring a guest verse by the quickly-raising Goldlink), George Maple went from a low-key vocalist and songwriter from Australia to an international force, with collaborations alongside What So Not and Flume further adding fuel to the fire, as well as her most recent collaboration with DJ Snake. With her forthcoming return to Australia imminent (dates further down), she’s now dropped the official remix package for Sticks and Horses, sporting remixes by deep-house don Deetron, Mad Decent signee Daktyl, and a remix from the woman of the moment herself. From Deetron’s throbbing house touch, to Daktyl’s frenzied vocal cuts and roaring bass, to George Maple’s mellow re-do of her original, each remix gives Sticks and Horses a completely different sound, all pin-pointing and showcasing Maple’s vocals in different ways.

Grab the Sticks & Horses Remix EP on iTUNES.

Her flawless vocal capabilities, something that we’re now definitely aware of, is sure to go down a treat when she hits up the capital cities for her forthcoming tour, which includes a massive Perth date co-presented by yours truly. Grab tickets to the Perth show HERE, and check out the rest of the dates below.

Tour Dates:

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