There are only a few bass music producers which have been as thrilling to comply with by way of the previous couple of months as Jared Diaz, higher identified by his stage identify Too Kind. A 12 months in the past, Diaz wasn’t way more than a bed room producer with an enormous dream and a killer character. More lately, he’s admired as some of the promising up-and-comers round, managing to pump out quite a lot of distinctive bass music tunes, whereas touchdown himself on lineups among the many greats at EDC Orlando and Okeechobee.
While there have been many steps on Too Kind’s highway to success, one of many main landmarks was the discharge of his authentic “Crash” final October. The tune was –and nonetheless is– a hefty piece of hybrid entice, which hit listeners with face-melting laborious entice screeches, adopted by some assaulting dubstep wobbles (a switch-up that spawned a streak of “CALM DOWN” feedback on SoundCloud).
Needless to say “Crash” was a little bit of an odd launch for somebody whose model is centered round his unrelenting friendliness, nevertheless it did mark the start of a terrific stage for Too Kind. Because of this, it must be no shock that the tune ended up being Diaz’s first to obtain a full-fledged remix package deal.
Available in every single place tomorrow, Crash (The Remixes) serves as a testomony to each Diaz’s range as an artist and his want to deliver deserving up-and-comers into the limelight.
Even with eight totally different names on the package deal, no two remixes sound alike, and one way or the other not a single remix sounds all that very similar to the unique tune. The EP feels extra like a collaborative effort between Too Kind and buddies, with every remix utilizing parts of Diaz’s authentic manufacturing, but additionally considerably taking over their very own id. It might even be the primary remix package deal in historical past that may be comfortably listened to in a single sitting. It actually is that numerous.
There’s one thing for everybody right here. Will you fall for the glitchy hybrid type of Archiived, the hypnotic beats of Lizzy Jane, or the piercing electro stabs of Lawz? Will you bang your head to PLSMA‘s remix or shuffle to Burn1‘s? Perhaps you wish to get your thoughts blown by 14-year-old Moore Kismet‘s spectacular sound design, or simply sit back with a cool contemporary take from Grant Lee & Doctor Boom. Whatever the case could also be, we sincerely hope you discover one thing that fits your fancy. Listen to Crash (The Remixes) under and tell us which is your favourite!