Newcomer Hariz Receives the Zookeper Treatment With a Zookeper Remix of “OVRBRD”

We at MiR absolutely enjoy it when newcomers have their work remixed by some seasoned talent. This week we have the latest from Zookeper over at Enhanced Music, who brings us a delicious remix from newcomer Hariz. Hariz recently released his debut track, “OVRBRD”, and we just had to cover it when Zookeper got his hands on it. If you are familiar with Zookeper, one of the original members of Cash Cash, you would know that his style was a perfect match with Hariz’s original track.

“I got sent this song by Hariz and I really liked the vocal melody and vibe of the record. Right away I had ideas for where to take the song’s production. I produced the song out with some horns and I sampled a piece of Hariz‘ original vocal to make up the bulk of the production. I changed the drum programming and did some additional sound design, the whole thing was done really quickly. I’m really happy I got to collaborate with Hariz on this release.” – Zookëper.

Now does Zookeper do the original track justice? Of course it does! The addition of Zookeper’s style takes an already amazing track and move it on up to the next level. While Hariz’s skill as a multi-instrumentalist adds plenty of amazing cred, Zookeper’s sound design takes the track and ramps it up with a concoction of rolling synths and heavy percussion. We can easily groove along as the track fills our office.

Make sure you give the “OVRBRD (Zookeper Remix) a full listen below:

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We Get It, We Need to Take a Vacation! Neon Tiger’s “Summer”

Alright, now Neon Tiger is flipping roles on us MiR folk. Making his debut with us with his last release “Neon Rose” just two weeks ago, Neon Tiger is back with yet another summer track…with a twist. This time, Neon Tiger didn’t just produce the track, but even contributed his own vocal work to the track!  While you may not recognize the name just yet, the man behind the pseudonym is also known as Maarcos and was a member of Those Usual Suspects. Neon Tiger was created so that he could experiment a bit more with his style and songwriting. He even performs using every instrument and vocals himself with this track being his debut.

“Summer” is much more than just yet a new electronic hit for the summer. What Neon Tiger is trying to do is push forth and re-popularize the elements that made music from 1980’s great. Not to mention that “Summer” has an infectious island/tropical vibe that just screams vacation time. Neon? Yeah, we are talking to you directly. Are you trying to subliminally tell us that we need to take some time off and go on vacation? Because we are definitely down.

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Protocol Recordings Release Their “Fugitive” Stefano Pain

Alright Protocol, what do you have on the chopping block this week? This time we are checking out the latest from global Italian producer Stefano Pain, with his new single “Fugitive”. Pain has been incredibly busy, as he knew from a young age that music is his passion. This is evident as Pain began djing in a few of the most popular clubs in Italy at a mere fifteen years old! Since his early beginnings, Pain has been supported by major players in the global EDM industry such as Swedish House Mafia, Pete Tong, and Protocol label boss Nicky Romero. His current partnership with Protocol has pushed his popularity even further and we can’t wait to see what is next.

Alright Pain, how does “Fugitive” rank among the rest of your work? Well does the track have a driving bass line? Check. How about smooth vocals? Affirmative. Now how does he utilize the synths? With plenty of ease, as it warbles back and forth to add plenty more to the song. Now the honest question, what kind of genre is it? Now that I don’t have an answer for you. Let’s put it this way, Stefano Pain’s style will fit in just perfectly with the rest of Protocol’s catalog, especially with his new release.

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