By Devin Duckworth | November 24th, 2012
Many of us have already fallen under the spell of the sisters Haim. Their saucy vocals combined with a solid folk-pop backdrop leave fans in a state of illusion, hankering for more.
While it comes as no surprise that producers have taken the time to add the remix treatment to some of their tracks, one that has stood out among the rest is by one of our favorite remix artists of the moment, Cyril Hahn.
This version of “Don’t Save Me” is taken up a couple notches to a livelier place, where eighties fluorescents, soaring electronics and ladies night intermingle. You might think that Cyril’s signature flow is preoccupied with the upbeat nature of the track, but as many producers have shown us, grandeur lies within their collection of diversity.