Dexter's Michael C. Hall isn't a name you'd typically find on EDM.com.
But the award-winning actor is also an accomplished musician and the lead vocalist of Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum, an electronic rock band he fronts alongside keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen and drummer Peter Yanowitz. The trio have now released a remix of their debut, "Ketamine," which originally aired during an episode of Dexter: New Blood.
The remix was created by Brandon Bost, a prodigious music producer and audio engineer who Hall called "the fourth member of our band" in a statement provided to EDM.com. Take a listen to Bost's remix below, exclusively via EDM.com.
"Progressing Gender Representation In UK Dance Music": A Look Into the Jaguar Foundation's Report
In collaboration with Sony Music's Global Social Justice Fund, the organization examined how female and non-binary artists are represented across the music industry.
Avicii's "Waiting For Love" Eclipses 1 Billion Streams, Martin Garrix Pays Tribute In Heartfelt Post
Martin Garrix is credited as a songwriter and producer on "Waiting For Love," the opening song on Avicii's sophomore album, "Stories."
"We Are the Dork Side That Prevent People From Going to the Dark Side": How Shambhala Is Pioneering Harm Reduction at Music Festivals
Shambhala is influencing public health on and off the dancefloor.
Bost did a remarkable job of capturing the mesmeric, tempered essence of the original "Ketamine" while mutating Hall's vocals with a dreamy cadence as they float atop a haunting ambient beat. The song doesn't reach its climactic moment until nearly four minutes in, giving listeners plenty of time to become enveloped in its atmospheric soundscapes.
Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum are hot off the heels of their debut album, THANKS FOR COMING, which found Bost (HAIM, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga), playing a major role thanks to his mixing prowess. The synth-heavy record pulls inspiration from a number of electronic music icons, like Giorgio Moroder and Justice. You can dive in to the album below.