What's so good? By Hugh McClure | Jan 05, 2014 | Total plays: 1,185
A few months back, Melbourne 16-year-old Japanese Wallpaper (aka Indie Shuffle's very own Gab Strum) put himself on the map with his first official single, "Breathe In," a gorgeous track complimented by vocals from Brisbane musician Wafia. The response to "Breathe In" was phenomenal, and it's currently edging its way toward 100k plays on SoundCloud -- a tremendous feat for the up-and-coming producer.
Now that the initial hype has slowed somewhat, we've been treated to a remix, with British producer Daktyl taking it in a completely new direction. This is a very good remix, and the Internet seems to agree -- the track has received almost 30k listens in just three days. Daktyl maintains the dreamy backdrop and angelic vocals from the original, but has added his own touch in the form of a plethora of deep bass drops and twisted samples. It toes the line between both directions perfectly -- a talent most producers seem to find very difficult when putting remixes together.
Japanese Wallpaper is due to release new material in the coming months, but feel free to download this remix for free over on Daktyl's SoundCloud (and make sure to check out his originals while you're there!).