2015-06-02T15:00:55-04:00 2015-08-17T20:35:26-04:00

Coucheron adds glitch to Noonie Bao's electro-pop single "I'm In Love" [Premiere]

Towards the end of March we came across the infectious single "I'm In Love" from the Swedish indie-pop artist Noonie Bao. Her sound is a bubblier version of Tove Lo and Halsey with its own cherry on top, providing its unique sweet flavor. Following the success of the single, Noonie has given out the track to remix and today we have the pleasure of premiering Norwegian glitch/funk-master Coucheron's take. It is a driving, glitchy remix with fluttering vocal chops, thumping bass melodies and vibe that would get Ren & Stimpy out on the floor singing happy, happy, joy, joy. It adds this future bass glimmer to the single transforming into an electrifying rework that sounds as if it is plucked right out of a Com Truise of Flume set. Take a listen for yourself below and keep your finger on the pulse of these two artists. 

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