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General News / August 1, 2017

Daithi steps up to remix a Bantum, Rusangano Family & Senita track

General News / August 1, 2017

Daithi steps up to remix a Bantum, Rusangano Family & Senita track

“It’s not like anything I’ve heard from Daithi before and I’m blown away by it to be honest.”

 

Late last year Bantum shared  his album ‘Move’ and it featured a selection of top notch collaborators like R.S.A.G, Owensie and Loah. It also featured a stand out track with Rusangano Family and Senita called ‘Feel Your Rhythm’.

Now another talented name in Irish production takes on the track, as Daithi has just released his rework of it.

Here’s what Bantum has to say about the remix:

“The mellow synth at the start really draws you in while also bringing new elements to God Knows and Murli’s vocals. He dug out some new takes from Senita’s session which was totally unexpected while also working my guitar tracks really nicely. It has become a staple of my live set now instead of my own mix, and I cant wait to play it some more.”