Porter Robinson’s album World Remixed is here!

Porter Robinson – a former member of Laidback Luke’s production forum – is now one of most iconic U. S. artists.

Porter’s Worlds was one of the most impactful electronic albums of last year, and recently, the young producer has released the remix album of the project. Containing 13 outstanding reworks. The LP is not one to be missed if you’re a fan of top notch electronic music.


Starting with a bit of cinematic break, ODESZA break into a drop infused with epic stabs. Deon Customs presents his “glitch hop” style in a rework of “Sad Machine”. However the most unexpected rework is Rob Mayth‘s remix of “Years of War” which simply takes you back into 2000s with flashback sound of DJ Lhasa.

Mat Zo creates a masterpiece as we all know, with a huge second drop combining two styles into one. Last Island put down some ‘pryda’ feeling on “Fresh Static Snow” while Sleepy Tom set “Polygon Dust” into deep one.

Main stage dub comes from Electric Mantis remix of “Hear the Bells”, which we can really imagine dropping in his sets! Followed by San Holo‘s version of “Natural Light”, the wide synths lead both drops chopped by clear beat.

Here comes the classic one – “Lionhearted” – awesome piano by Point Point turns the vocal into the most emotional track on the EP. Next one Galimatias and “Sea of the Voices” definitely brings the funk, whereas on the other hand SLUMBERJACK does an epic agressive remake of “Fellow Feeling”. Closing the album with slowly building chords and tempo is “Goodbye To A World” by Chrome Sparks.

Once more – well done master Porter. This selection is really what Worlds deserves!

The Remix album is out now on iTunes and Spotify.

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