Whethan and Flux Pavilion have joined forces once again, this time to deliver a blissful re-work of Whethan’s indie-infused “Upside Down.” First teaming up in 2016 for their hit single “Savage” with MAX, this unexpected duo never fails to create genre-defying masterpieces.
In anticipation of the forthcoming Fantasy: Remixed collection, due for release on March 26th, Whethan has released 5 singles to give the listener a sneak peek into what to expect from the full project. Featuring powerful re-imaginations from the likes of Tchami, Saint Punk, Biicla, as well as Midnight Kids there is no doubt that this long-awaited compilation will be filled to the brim with instant classics.
An unlikely pair, Whethan and Flux Pavilion are certified hit-makers.
“A big fan of Whethan since day one, it’s been a pleasure watching him explore his sound and his newest album is a treat. When I heard ‘Upside Down’ I had an instant idea and its extraction from my brain was as organic as it could be. I don’t know what genre it is, but it feels right to me.”Flux Pavilion
One of the most well-known names in electronic music today, Flux Pavilion has been dominating stages and charts for over a decade. Recently stepping away from his heavier dubstep roots, the British producer has been experimenting with a fresh, more turned down sound. He debuted his new style to fans on his latest album .wav.
“Flux was one of my favorite acts when I was first getting into music. When I first heard ‘I Can’t Stop’ I was so inspired by it, I knew I had to be involved in that world. This remix is a combination of so many different worlds and styles and I’m honored Flux would want to hop on the remix.”Whethan
Catapulting to stardom as a teen, Whethan’s infectious sound has enraptured audiences around the globe. This dance music star-child has graced the stages of festival giants like Coachella, and Lollapalooza, as well as securing a co-headlining slot at Red Rocks. His most recent album, Fantasy, was a smash hit and includes features from industry giants such as Oliver Tree and K.Flay.
Upside Down is spring-time in a song.
Featuring vocals from indie favorite Grouplove, “Upside Down” is a soft and sunny bridge between electronic and rock. Flux Pavilion re-imagines the track as a stripped-down, shortened version of the original, complete with lush chords and an effervescent future-bass drop.
Check out the dreamy remix for yourself right here.
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