Premiere: Endless Heights' Paralyse gets a fantastic new remix from Akouo

Premiere: Endless Heights' Paralyse gets a fantastic new remix from Akouo

EH's sophomore LP Vicious Pleasure is out this Friday February 16.

Sydney five-piece Endless Heights are on the verge of releasing their second album Vicious Pleasure, out tomorrow (Feb 16) on Cooking Vinyl, featuring previously released sinlge Pray I FadeYou CowardDrain and more. Last week they gave us another little taste with Paralyse, a more restrained affair from the group, and one that's obviously given producer Akouo plenty to work with. It might seem like an odd pairing on paper, but it made a lot of sense to Endless Heights, who had this to say: "Endless Heights since day 1 has always loved working with other local artists across all realms of the creative arts. It's part of our culture to find people we want to help 'raise up' or are inspired by in any way that we possibly can, and connect with in a way that benefits everyone. We also try and push boundaries any we can, and the concept of a remix or different approach to Paralyse really caught our attention. At the same time, it's so strange hearing someone else's interpretation of something as sensitive as your own song, but really flattering that they would choose to work on something of ours that has resonated with them! Big thanks and love to Akouo, we never expected that anyone would want to make something out of one of our tracks! ❤"

And make something he has, embracing the original's dramatic tones and infusing some of his signature production nuance for a really special take. Take a listen below, and pre-order Vicious Pleasure HERE.

Follow Endless Heights: FACEBOOK

Follow Akouo: FACEBOOK

Listen to Strict Face's woozy new single, Murderer

Featuring Atlanta-based hip-hop songwriter K-MAJOR on vocals.

5 years ago

Looking for some bass-house slammers? Dance Cult got you with new EP, The Calling

Two of the best in the biz get it done over four pearlers.

4 years ago

EP Walkthrough: Tobacco Rat on his experimental new EP, Component V2.0

The menacing, masked Perth-based producer continues to flex his production muscles on his first major release of the year.

2 years ago

Listen to Gryffin's uber-chilled remix of Josef Salvat's Open Season

It's chilled, but will give you chills at the same time.

5 years ago

Related articles

Close
-->