A fan-favorite track from the beloved electronic duo SLANDER has received six different renditions in a remix pack.
Arguably one of the most influential acts in bass music, SLANDER (real names Derek Andersen and Scott Land) have a long list of hit singles under their belt. What they’re best known for, though, are their euphoric electronic love ballads. Singles such as “Love Again" featuring WAVZ, “Superhuman,” and “First Time” sit among their most-played tracks with millions of streams across each one. With such strong support behind their love songs, it was only due time that their most recent collaboration with Dylan Matthew, “Love is Gone,” received a remix pack.
Anticipation for the remixes has been building since Kompany first premiered his monstrous remix at Excision's Bass Canyon back in August. Since then, SLANDER and the artists featured have been playing snippets of their remixes at live shows. Spag Heddy, who has previously teamed up with the L.A.-based duo for their single “Running to You,” shared a sentimental moment in a B2B with SLANDER at Lost Lands when they played his remix and “Superhuman” together in the rain.
One of the most transformation remixes featured is Danny Olson’s cinematic flip of the original. “I just got really into it and I knew I only had about a week,” he told EDM.com. “So, I just went to town and did a bunch of orchestral stuff, made it epic and huge, and they loved it.”
The remix pack includes multiple renditions spanning across different genres. From Spag Heddy’s trap and dubstep hybrid, ALRT’s hard dance remix or Danny Olson’s orchestral flip, there is a diverse blend of genres any dance music lover can appreciate.