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Sounds like: Bodhi, Jamie xx

What's so good?
By Brontë Martin | Nov 02, 2012 | Total plays: 15,807

Before you complain about yet ANOTHER remix of a song by The xx, I must tell you how worthy this one is of your listening attention. This time around, "Infinity" has been molded into a sultry substance injected with mechanical synths.

Flufftronix, a DJ/producer working out of Philadelphia, explains how he "popularizes the flipside to dubstep's more testosterone-driven household sound," arriving at one of his best releases to date since his emergence back in 2006.

His re-buffering of "Infinity" was used by Alexander Wang in his first ever Internet video campaign in 2010, which hit home in the fashion community and caught him consequent attention from XL records.

It is evident that many of his influences circulate around artists such as Untold, New Order and Le Knight Club, as his sensual grooves touch all the bases of luvstep, heavy bass and dubstep.

Shivers commence.
Brontë Martin
Montreal-based writer for Indie Shuffle, EARMILK, and DIY Magazine. Music licensing intern for Third Side Music. Music supervision intern for Vapor Mu ... learn more →