at transmission we play indie/dance/noize – or so the poster on my wall says. i’ve played my fair share of dance, and a bit of noize, but not so much in the way of indie. i’ve never been the biggest indie kid, so right now i’m trying to find tracks that i can play that will work in my sets but still fall under the indie umbrella. one which i just found is a nice remix of a track by wild palms. the remix is by sniTch djs – two hip as dj/blogger types based in london. it starts off all brooding and dark, with a few lines from the original track. then in comes a wall of guitars, an echo-y build up and an understated drop that’s fizzing with tension. things build and fall, and build and fall before suddenly finishing up after an all too brief four minutes. this one will definitely fit in somewhere.
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