The original definitely packs a wallop. Between Hicari’s sweet vocals and the terribly intense drop, it runs the gamut on vibes. Moore Kismet takes a more unilateral approach to his remix, centering the sound rather than letting it oscillate to quite such extreme poles. His glitchy inclinations permeate the mix, even down to Hicari’s voice which is slightly more digitized in this new version. That being said, the second drop is definitely more dreamlike than the robot wonderland presented in the first act. Check out Moore Kismet’s remix of “Run & Go” from Dirty Audio below, out now via Thrive Music!