Remixes: Steve Aoki & Walk Off The Earth – Home We’ll Go
Following the release of his second studio album ‘Neon Future II’ earlier this year, cake-throwing producer Steve Aoki has just released the jam-packed remix package of one of the album’s finest tracks ‘Home We’ll Go (Take My Hand)’. With Michael Brun, Merk & Kremont, K Theory, Pham, and Genairo Nvilla all adding their unique touches to the track, this remix pack has something for everyone. The original mix sees Aoki take a more progressive route than what we are used to hearing from his productions, and features the infectious vocals of Canadian 5-piece Walk Off The Earth.
Dutchman Michael Brun delivers a feel-good, chilled remix that has an almost tropical vibe to it. Filled with catchy guitar riffs, deep piano chords and a funky beat, this remix really brings the vocals to life and would work perfectly at a summer pool party. Whilst Italian duo Merk & Kremont take the track in another direction and provide us with a remix that is perfect for a packed nightclub dance floor, adding their signature raw, ‘talking’ synths at the emphatic drop. This remix adds a lot of energy and rhythm to the emotional vocals.
K Theory also adds his unique touch, whilst still keeping the feel good vibe of the original. Using acoustic instruments around the infectious vocals during the break, he delivers another quality trap production at the drop. The upcoming producer Pham shows of his talented sound design skills with his haunting future bass remix. The track is dominated by the sliding chopped vocals throughout, which combine with the low saw synths at the drop. Last but not least, the King of Drums himself Genairo Nvilla’s remix lives up to expectations once again. With some atmospheric pads underpinning the vocals during the break, we can hear the upcoming drums taking shape. And when the drop arrives, the tribal drums and snares join forces in typical Nvilla style. This is another remix fit for the dancefloors.
The full remix package is available to purchase here.