Listen to a bouncy remix of Kilter's Waste Time courtesy of Ninajirachi

Listen to a bouncy remix of Kilter's Waste Time courtesy of Ninajirachi

The Australian young gun and triple j Unearthed High finalist will be touring the country as a part of this year's Listen Out festival.

We've been following Australian production young gun Ninajirachi for over a year now, and despite being relatively new to the music world (and the real world too, if you wanted to put it that way), she's never failed to impress us. Ahead of this year's Listen Out festival (which kicks off this weekend in Melbourne and Perth), the emerging producer continues to strive with an official remix of Kilter's stunning Woodes collaboration Waste Time, taking the single's soft, radio-friendly sound and giving it an extra perky boost full of energy. Woodes' vocals are left alone to shine on Ninajirachi's remix (much like in the original), but this time around, they are layered above a more refined and stripped-back production, which pulses with deep bass kicks and crisp percussion snaps. Listen to the remix below, and catch Ninajirachi at Listen Out on the dates below:

Ninajirachi Tour Dates (with Listen Out Festival):

Sat, September 23 - Listen Out @ Catani Gardens, Melbourne

Sun, September 24 - Listen Out @ HBF Arena, Perth

Sat, September 30 - Listen Out @ Centennial Park, Sydney

Sun, October 1 - Listen Out @ Victoria Park, Brisbane

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