BROHUG reimagines Robert Miles' 'Children' with flawless bass-house rendering

BROHUG reimagines Robert Miles' 'Children' with flawless bass-house rendering

by: Ross Goldenberg Apr 9, 2020 pinterest A rebranding to Swedish Brohouse Mafia may be in order. There is thankfully …

A rebranding to Swedish Brohouse Mafia may be in order. There is thankfully no end in sight to BROHUG’s continual downpour of house music in 2020. Recently turning in a four-track mixtape, stretching their searing release tally dating back to January to a total of six new drops, BROHUG is back with more, renewing Robert Miles’ 1995 hit, “Children.”

BROHUG’s modernization may immediately recount memories of last year’s festival circuit as the rendering was a staple piece in both Tchami and Alesso’s live performances, most notably at Ultra’s 2019 iteration. Retaining the original’s unmistakable piano arrangement, BROHUG’s update to “Children” is a bass-house crown jewel swamped in rumbling synths. Reach for this one as summer starts to heat up and the lack-of-festival blues really set in.

Photo credit: Merc Photography

RELATED ARTICLES