If you’ve ever gone through heartbreak, we’re betting you’ve heard SZA’s “Ctrl” album a million times. So when 2 NYC natives, Mir and Nátturá of Bonsai Collective, funked us up with their “Broken Clocks” flip, we couldn’t have been happier.
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new funky sza flip out now with the homie @natturabeats! i’ve been dropping this one at shows for most of this year and i’m excited to finally get it out there. played guitar and bass on this one 🎸✨art by the v dope @collage_ns . . . . . . . #Mir #guitar #electricguitar #producer #futurebeats #musicproducer #nyc #nycmusic #trap #music #edm #creative #artist #musician #dj #djing #art #soundcloud #spotify #creative #show #bonsai #bonsaicollective #remixes #funk #sza
“Broken Clocks” is what the fall is all about: reflecting and being introspective. And while that’s all fine and dandy, sometimes you have to just say “funk it” and have fun. But don’t get us wrong, the remix doesn’t lose the emotion of the song. Once it hits the bridge, the track slows down and gives it that soul we all know and love SZA for.
I’ve been dropping this one at shows for most of this year and I’m excited to finally get it out there. Played guitar and bass on this one!
With raw talent like this, it’s best you get accustomed to the names Mir and Nátturá soon. They’ve been some underground faves of mine since I saw them live at a Brooklyn show, but we’re absolutely sure we’re going to be hearing and seeing a lot more from them soon.
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And if you’re looking for a solid playlist to follow, keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Hunts. Whether it’s the newest drops from Mir and Nátturá, all your other favorite artists, some old school, or underground—we just want you to hear it.