Between his seemingly interminable menagerie of different musical ventures, Diplo nonetheless one way or the other finds the time to proceed his foray into the fashionable home music fortress. Narrowing in on a current Arkade anthem: Kaskade and Felix Cartal‘s “More” from the previous’s Redux 003 EP.
Stepping exterior his new nation alias, Thomas Wesley (his actual identify), Diplo’s ditched the ten-gallon hat and rhinestone Western shirt (for now) to convey some gritty, guttural low finish to the previously fluorescent “More.” The Mad Decent maestro nixes Jenn Blosil’s syrupy croons and frothy vocal chops for a grumbly, club-catering completed product. The rendition arrives like its predecessor’s malevolent twin, donning a mischievous smirk and sufficient clapping percussion to maintain listeners alive and on the ground properly after the remix fades out.
Showing 4 on the ground ardent constancy lately alongside his sprawling sundry of sonic involvements, Diplo has just lately gone as far to erect his personal label, Higher Ground, to be able to rejoice the long-winded improvement of the style—propping up its most incisive contemporaries within the course of. The Major Lazer patriarch tapped trendy home sensations, Walker & Royce for the imprint’s inaugural launch: Rave Grave.