Whether slow-paced and thoughtful or energetic and danceable, the one thing that carries all of Betty Who's varied releases has to be her voice. Since our interview with her last year, the indie Australian artist has catapulted to the forefront of the alt dance music scene, capturing a rapturous audience that has pushed her releases to the tops of SoundCloud and Hypem. After the successful Slow Dancing and The Movement EPs, the songstress put out her full-length album, Take Me When You Go, just this week on RCA Records.
Clocking in at 13-tracks, the New York residing artist leveraged all her talents for this collection and so far has shared two full-length songs on her SoundCloud stream: "Runaways" and "All Of You". Today the latter track finds itself in the hands of Wideboys, the notable British dance duo of Eddie Craig and Jim Sullivan. Like Betty Who, the electronic producers have explored a breadth of sounds throughout their voluminous career, including a number of high-profile pop remixes and tracks that dip into breakneck DnB tempos. However, for this rework, Wideboys play on the original's tone, overlaying it with articulated synth lines that circulate in the background and rounded melodies that shift across Betty Who's vocals. It's a bit deeper with the faintest hint of tropical touches making the perfect remix as we transition from warm summer months to cooler fall climates.
"All Of Me" (Wideboys Remix)
- RCA Records