Premiere: Listen to a vibey, low slung remix of Dappled Cities' Stone Men from Ross Henry

Premiere: Listen to a vibey, low slung remix of Dappled Cities' Stone Men from Ross Henry

A very chill but groovy remix from the Sydney-based producer.

Ross Henry has been on a hot one lately. His latest two singles, Flux and The Deep have garnered praise from all corners of the globe, in particular from a number of selectors at our nation's youth broadcaster, and he's been super busy on the gig front as well. Enter another sparkling new tune in this remix of Dappled Cities' Stone Men, coming in advance of that group's return album, |||||, and some big east coast shows to celebrate.

Henry's Stone Men remix has a particular kinda swagger about it that suits the vibe of Dappled Cities to perfection, and cements Henry's status as one of the country's most intriguing emerging producers. It's subtle without being boring, and packs enough punch to get you up and about. Take a listen below, and catch him supporting FROYO at their upcoming single launch.

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