ATTLAS, who you might have come to familiarize as the masked maestro who was later revealed as Canadian producer Jeff Hartford by Pete Tong, has let out a chilling new remix following his Scene EP. This maverick is responsible for the creation of the singular sound design and production of his previous Siren EP which took the electronic scene by storm. Thereafter ATTLAS became most recognized for his schematic fixation of motion picture soundscapes which he uses as inspiration behind many of his late productions.
This time he pays homage in the form of remixing in his words,”One of the greatest bands that ever lived’ Led Zeppelin's iconic record "Ramble On." In the remix he cuts out Jimmy Page’s electrifying guitar and replaces it with a polite sequence of nostalgic piano chords and light snares throughout. The schematic background is just simply beautiful while being balanced amongst Robert Plant’s vocals.
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