Since her inception Denmark's Oh Land has been inspiring other artists with her unique experimental electronic pop music. While most notable for her self-titled album in 2011 Nanna Øland Fabricius (Oh Land) has continued to advance as an artist. There have been many others that have tried to bank in on her style, however MS MR's remix of "Head Up High" proves that she has an unmatched accessibility within her sound.
MS MR find themselves in a similar situation, where they are pioneers within their own sound, as singer Lizzy Plapinger's voice in itself could draw a crowd. However, aided by producer Max Hershenow the duo have found a great deal of success with their mix of electronics and dream pop. While MS MR only have one full-length out thus far they also keep busy with extended plays and remixes. Their latest remix is of Oh Land's "Head Up High".
Guided by an accelerated beat MS MR's remix of "Head Up High" begins with a climb into its groovy middle-ground. Quickly progressing into a dense dance section, the mix then focuses on a vocal glitch sequence for a breath of fresh air before lifting off into a free-for-all chorus just before fading out. As a whole, this remix of Oh Land's "Head Up High" is never dull, pulling vibrance from and playing off of the spot on vocal delivery.
Be on the look out for more Oh Land remixes to come as this one is part of a series.