American producers Clown Sound have returned with a dark and chilling track. This time around, the duo released their latest remix of Jauz and Sullivan King‘s 2014 collaborative single titled “Pure Evil“.
Joe Berman and Nick Bottino, who are collectively known as Clown Sound, are two up-and-coming talents based in the city of Orlando. After meeting each other studying music production, they formed this newly established project together and ventured with the highly competitive electronic music industry.
Influenced by the breakbeat style and dubstep, Clown Sound’s signature is nothing short of remarkable to hear. Especially with their willingness to experiment various sounds and samples, their dynamic way of producing music should only take them one step further toward stardom.
Clown Sound first showcased their unique style through their debut remix of KREAM’s Big Beat Records release called “Taped Up Heart” and following its success, the American duo then unveiled their remix of Otto Knows’ classic hit titled “Million Voices”. Back with another brilliant remix, Clown Sound have just presented their own rendition of Jauz and Sullivan King’s “Pure Evil”.
Opening up with an uptempo and intense buildup, the track instantly brings out an insurmountable amount of energy, perfect for any dance event. With a combination of hard-hitting basslines, bouncy percussions, and additional clown sounds, this remix also provides an intimidating feel toward the audience. Especially with the monstrous dubstep drop at the end, this production is a thrilling roller coaster ride from beginning to end.
The remix is out now and you can download a free copy here.