Premiere: Ploy's 148 BPM rendition of 'Wrong Ibiza' induces cerebral madness
宀 Music hit their fifth release
Drum-atic energy arrives in abundance across 宀 Music’s fifth release, ‘Wrong Ibiza’, courtesy of Guber, with added atmospheric presence from UK tastemaker Ploy, founder of recently launched label Deaf Test.
Whilst Guber’s original ‘4X4 Mix’ and ‘Bass Mix’ versions are suited for dance floor magic, Ploy’s overarching remix is a cavernous and stripped down interpretation that lends the full pace of its 148 BPM to a state of hedonistic, cerebral madness.
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While Ploy’s ability to implement intensity with plenty of atmospheric splendour is an impressive feat on its own, it’s worth noting his structural approach to ramping up energy in all the right places, and sounds, that really makes this remix count.
During the wild moments of being encapsulated in high quivers, Ploy manages to contrast tone with texture, riding out this remix down a dangerous and slippery slope heading to celestial debauchery.
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The only unfortunate note to raise around the release is the delay in vinyl pressing, but alas, while 宀 Music are ahead of their releases and forthcoming pressings, just about every label around the world is enduring the same wait.
Guber ‘Wrong Ibiza’ (Ploy Remix) is out today on 宀 Music. Have a listen below and pre-order here.