2019-04-23T11:35:19-04:00 2019-04-23T06:05:09-04:00

Where It's ATT reimagine Australia's Eurovision track "Zero Gravity"

It still seems bizarre that Australia is participating in Eurovision now. Nevertheless, the country have delivered stunning tracks since its debut in 2015. While the 2019 edition of this song contest will take place next month, Australia's very own G-House duo of brothers, Where It's ATT, have put out an official remix for Australia's Eurovision track "Zero Gravity," offering a different outlook for all house music fans. 

The original caressing melodies set the tone in this new record, but they are interlaced with Where It's ATT's signature hard-hitting G-House flavor from the beginning. Deploying minimal drum patterns, whimsical vocal chops, and whirring basslines, the duo skillfully blends Kate Miller-Heidke's intoxicating topline with infectious underlying energy, creating a stripped-down revision. Pleasing listeners across genres, from pop enthusiasts to house lovers, the track is trying to convey a straightforward message -  it just wants to make you get up and dance.

2019 has already been full of highs for Where It’s ATT. Garnering support from official Spotify playlist New Dance Beats, and Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1 in the last four months, the budding G-House duo is surely going to bring more surprises for us in the near future. 

Stream the record here.

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