We had fun with Bearson last time he dropped a track, and I'm sure the boys over at Next Wave Records are enjoying the snowball like effect on his listens recently. He rolled out the remix of "Venice" by The Lighthouse and the Whaler, and overall the times have not been rough since that sweet melody made it into my looping weekly playlist. There's an overall feeling of unescapable joy in his music, as is popular with many up and coming producers. Now when I say this, I mean happy! Not raging, or mellow, or pumped, or trippy, but simply and sincerely contentedness.
Today I'm stoked to bring you a more symphonatic rendition of James Bay's "Let it Go." Bearson takes it down a notch in this one to clearly define his abilities as a beatsmith, articulating each movement throughout the song. His synths are so clean, it gives you the sudden sense of having to hear it in professional quality speakers, just to test the limits of how crisp the noise can resonate with you.
Take a listen to the Norwegian producer Bearson's remix of "Let it Go" now, and make sure you hit his discography whenever you're feeling down.
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"Let it Go"
- Next Wave Records
- October 15