Premiere: ËMMË unleashes monster remix of PON CHO's Frozen feat. Paige IV

Premiere: ËMMË unleashes monster remix of PON CHO's Frozen feat. Paige IV

And it's available for free download right now.

A few weeks ago we introduced you to Sydney-based producer ËMMË, a dude making some biggg originals and remixes, and keeping with that theme we're excited to premiere his latest remix of PON CHO's huge single, Frozen feat. Paige IV. The track goes hard, with an endless build-up dropping into a furious beast of a track, one you get the feeling its gonna melt some faces once it hits a few dancefloors around the place:

"I actually went to high school with Kev (PON CHO) and we played in a few jazz and funk bands together – him on trumpet and me on drums. I was absolutely honoured when he asked me to remix his tune Frozen... He has been a huge supporter of me for the past few years and I definitely look up to him as a friend that has progressed through the electronic scene from the bottom up. I was really inspired to take the beautiful melodies and progressions that feature throughout the original and incorporate them into a heavy hitting festival or club tune – one that you can really see yourself both singing along and getting down to in the Aussie summer festival season. Paige IV’s vocals are absolutely flawless and were blissful to work with; combine that with the big synth chorus, and I really wanted to create a ‘hands-in-the-air’ vibe."

Vibe definitely achieved - check it out below or grab it for free HERE.

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