Lo-fi house prince Mall Grab continues to show his softer side with stellar Klyne remix

Lo-fi house prince Mall Grab continues to show his softer side with stellar Klyne remix

Mall Grab effortlessly brings an emotive brand of electronica we're in love with.

Header image by Anthony Tuccito.

When Jordan Alexander AKA Mall Grab launched into club land he was recognised as a leader in the surge of lo-fi house production. For those not so familiar with the style, it’s got serious grit. A sound consisting of crunchy drum breaks and heavy bass, almost as though you’re listening to the track through a fizzled old cassette. For example:

In recent times however we’ve been hearing a much softer, more emotive side to Alexander’s works. Late last month, as part of a remix bundle, Mall Grab tackled Frenchman Paradis’ tune Recto Verso in an uncharacteristically calm fashion. The remix is meditative as a finished product – nothing like any of his previous releases. Not to say it’s not well done, it’s just a different tact, which is interesting to see.

And now he’s delivered a new flip for Dutch group Klyne, Still Not Over You. The duo said this of the original: "We wanted to turn heartbreak into a fun thing. Mall Grab went all the way with this and turned it into soothing euphoria - it's remedial". And they’re right, this remix is a massage of sorts, I mean it’s still got that muffled driving kick throughout, but I mean don’t fix it if it ain’t broke. Mall Grab lays down subtle club elements in the bed, all the while sticking with that fluttering vocal. A tune to listen to on the way home from work OR awaiting the Uber to go launch at a venue!

God knows where Mall Grab is now? He was recently touring in Greece, then Canada and then London. If you can lock down a show with this dude do so! Before all that, sit back and enjoy this dreamy number from the young man out of coastal NSW.

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