Premiere: Go deeper with Surfdisco's remix of Nicole Millar's Tremble

Premiere: Go deeper with Surfdisco's remix of Nicole Millar's Tremble

Late night vibes from one of the best in the biz.

2016 will forever be known as the year Nicole Millar decided to stop lending her stellar voice to people like Golden Features and Peking Duk, and back up years of promise going her own way. The first result is the Tremble EP, one that's been warmly received online, on radio, and on the live gig circuit, and marks a bold step into the limelight on her own. Following Tremble's recent success, she's invited some other folks to join the party. Colour Vision put his spin on the track just recently, and today we're stoked to premiere this thumping take from Surfdisco. A deep, dark and groovy cut, it strips away the chilled trap nature of the original and throws it down into the dankest dungeon it can find. Chuck it on late at night/early in the morning, and turn it up:

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