Ásgeir’s recent album ‘Time On My Hands’ is superb (and in my review queue but the short review is ‘buy it’). The smooth Icelandic synthpop mixed with chamber pop works a treat and Superorganism thought so too. The global indie collective, whom I first came across with their superb remix of Utada Hikaru’s ‘Pakuchii No Uta‘, has remixed the track ‘Vibrating Walls’. It contains trademark vocal warping, vocoders, curvy synths, chonky beats and a dash of chirpy chiptune in amongst the smooth synthwave vibes Ásgeir’s track provides.
It isn’t often I post about remixes but this was a quirky melting of minds I hadn’t expected and it works out very well. The remix is out now and you can enjoy the track and visualer below. I’ll be reviewing ‘Time On My Hands’, Ásgeir’s fourth studio album soon.
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