Human Movement Release Sweetland Remix

Stoney Roads Records is delighted to announce the release of the Human Movement remix of Sweetland’s “Solanum”.

Sweetland, the 21-year-old Melbourne techno prodigy, already had us immersed in his unique brand of underground sound. ‘Solanum’ has been the producer’s latest foray into experimental techno – the smooth, melodic and considered track has been well recognised for it’s cool washes of darkness and cathartic drop. Now taken on by Sydney based techno duo Human Movement (who recently brought serious vibes with their Shake EP), the remix is crafted to encourage intrinsic movement on late clubbing nights.

“We loved the original so it was hard to make it better. We decided to almost treat it like a original track,” says Human Movement. “We wanted our baseline to be prominent and really drive the song and have Sweetland’s elements weave in and out of the track.”

In collaborating, the artists hope to shape a new brand of Australian techno. Working off the foundations of heavy bass, wet kicks and crisp claps, the duo bring a youthful groove to the dark single. Elating the subdued lowlights of the original, the remix is tailored for the new generation of curious techno fans.

Originalhttps://soundcloud.com/stoneyroadsrecs/sweetland-solanum

Remix https://soundcloud.com/stoneyroadsrecs/sweetland-solanum-human-movement-remix

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About Human Movement:

 

After causing a storm on the blogosphere through their first track, “Shake” (which amassed over 50,000 plays on their Soundcloud in just one month), Triple J radio caught on and picked it up.The Mmovement is gaining pace as they prepare to release their first full EP proper, due out later this summer.

Following the attention of singles like “To Be,” the boys were approached to host their very first guestmix on Skrillex’s imprint,NESTHQ, receiving over 8,000 plays in week, well surpassing previous guestmixes from well known artists.

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