Rinzen whips deadmau5 'Monophobia' into an analog masterpiece – EDM All Day

Rinzen whips deadmau5 'Monophobia' into an analog masterpiece – EDM All Day

Deadmau5 and his team are masters at sniffing out the next generation of great talent and promptly signing them onto …

Deadmau5 and his team are masters at sniffing out the next generation of great talent and promptly signing them onto the mau5trap family.

When it came time to select a few artists to remix the icon’s most recent single — an extra-special collaboration with Rob Swire titled “Monophobia” — he put his trust into his newest protégés to rise to the challenge of making their own standout works out of his original.

LA-based Rinzen was one of the few, and despite his short tenure on the label, has done a more-than-formidable job in standing up to deadmau5′ artistry. He relies solely on instrumentation to evoke the same bittersweet emotions as “Monophobia” in its first form, replacing Swire’s vocal with his trusty analog synths and giving the bassline more attention for an earthier feel.

Ultimately, the burgeoning producer’s take on “Monophobia” upholds its integrity, while distinguishing itself as a more celestial, sentimental piece that is ready to spark goosebumps in those listening.

 

 

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