Grunge house innovator Saint Punk has been steadily cultivating his craft as of late. With releases such as "Light 'Em Up" and his Brohug collaboration "Brake," the rock band frontman-turned producer has made waves among the bass house community.
Who says you can't mosh to house music? Saint Punk retains the raw energy of the original dubstep production while adding a shuffling jackin' house groove. Grinding bass, trap horns, and a screeching, sliding synth lead complete the package to make Saint Punk's remix of "The Pit" a bona fide dancefloor weapon.
The remix is the latest offering in Saint Punk's world of grunge house, a sound that sees the skilled producer use his years of experience in rock music production and hone them into something fresh and exciting in the sphere of electronic dance music. That idea extends beyond just the music of Saint Punk. The producer is also a graphic designer, label manager of Grafitti Records, and he teaches fans about video production in his bimonthly YouTube video series, Band Practice.
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Saint Punk's remix of Ookay and Cesqeaux's "The Pit" is out now via The Woodwerk and can be found here.