Lost In Beijing remixes CRaymak for glitched melodic dubstep outing on Flux Pavilion's Circus Records

Lost In Beijing remixes CRaymak for glitched melodic dubstep outing on Flux Pavilion's Circus Records

by: Chris Stack Mar 3, 2020 pinterest Rising duo Lost In Beijing adds their wildly unique flare to CRaymak‘s “I’d …

Rising duo Lost In Beijing adds their wildly unique flare to CRaymak‘s “I’d Do It Again,” featuring serene vocals from Saint Yves. The new remix comes by way of Flux Pavilion and Doctor P‘s Circus Records. The remix took inspiration from CRaymak’s recently released Malfunction EP and added heavy melody syncopation while keeping with the original’s dubstep structure. The intro caresses listeners with a light piano keystrokes through water foley and spacial atmospheric elements before diving into a bolder bass driven pre-chorus that falls into a brighter melodic buildup. These parts lead to a glitchy melodic bass section with monstrous fills from the Shanghai-based producer pair.

The second drop features a thick synth with tantalizing high ends that played a more minor role in the first drop for a proper discrepancy between the two hooks, a shed of light compared to similar choruses seen throughout the music space.