French producer/DJ Habstrakt took on the daunting task of remixing SLANDER and NGHTMRE's 2016 classic hit, “Gud Vibrations.” Habstrakt (real name Adam Jouneau) flipped the soulful fan-favorite into a high-energy bass house gem and it is now available for streaming everywhere via Mad Decent.
A globally recognized festival name stay, Jouneau has shifted the tides of the dance music scene with his signature blend of house, bass and dubstep. From being featured on industry-leading labels such as Spinnin’ Records, Never Say Die, and his running relationship with Diplo's Mad Decent, Jouneau’s forward-thinking production continues to push the boundaries of EDM. Fans across any genre will recognize the producer’s unique skill from his 2017 hit collaborative track with Skrillex, “Chicken Soup.”
Besides being a cult-favorite track to SLANDER (real names Derek Andersen and Scott Land) and NGHTMRE (real name Tyler Marenyi), “Gud Vibrations” went on to become the main branding behind the supergroup. Following the success of the track, the three began performing under the alias Gud Vibrations debuting with a nearly sold-out worldwide tour. Along with this, the three together started a record label under the same name in early 2018 featuring emerging bass artists.
To remix a track with such heavy connection to the main branding of these three masterful producers is no easy task. Jouneau’s remix hits the nail on the head of keeping the soulful and uplifting tone of the track while adding his heavy-hitting four-on-the-floor spin.
Jouneau is currently on his The One Tour. He is set to make 13 upcoming performances across North America and Australia. For all ticketing and tour information, visit here.