Sippy unexpectedly blesses us with her new official remix of Two Can – ‘Gonna Be‘ feat. Martyn Ell. This is her first release of 2020 and is a refreshing bassy-twist to the original track. Sippy is a producer heavily on our radar and this new song is an absolute treat to the ears.
Two Can‘s version of ‘Gonna Be‘ incorporates a big acoustic guitar element and has a raw aesthetic. It’s a feel good track that’s super easy on the ears and relaxing to the heart. Sippy‘s remix also retains the same catchy qualities and is a track meant to be on repeat for a while. However, Sippy slows the track down and adds a hypnotic drum kick that perfectly pairs with the eerie melodies. In addition, she modulates the vocals to emulate the effects of a vocoder and she excellently weaves them into the builds. The drops aren’t complicated but that is exactly what the tempo of this composition needs.
Sippy is an Australian-born producer/DJ who just recently got her work visa for the United States. Well known in Australia, she was a staple at the iconic Sydney venue, Chinese Laundry. Sippy began to make waves in North American ears when Deadbeats included her track ‘Lithos‘ on We Are Deadbeats 3 in 2018.
Currently she is on tour with artist Zia on their Deviate Tour. I recently saw Sippy live on this tour I can guarantee she is the real deal. I’ve always considered her production to be spot on, but as to her live-talents I couldn’t say until a few days. Her stage presence is infectious, she may be small, but she is a bouncing ball of energy both on and behind the decks. She is extremely proficient with her song curation, her mixing, and her live effects. Sippy is 100% without a doubt going to be a consistent presence on tours and festival lineups in the coming years.
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