[HOUSE] THE SOUNDMEN FEAT. AVAN LAVA – BERMUDA (TEMPLETON REMIX)
Check out the newest release from L.A. electronic dance label L.A.M.P. (Los Angeles Music Project). The last time we featured something from them, it was a dope mix from MR PUZL. This time, we’ve got something just as fresh and deep as the ocean floor in Bermuda.
Hailing from the Bay Area, now based in Los Angeles, TEMPLETON has quickly been on the rise as a House producer, making a great name for himself by doing solid remixes of artists such as Goldroom, Banks, and Chela. He’s definitely proven himself on each one and this one is no different. In fact, it hasn’t even been online for more than a week, yet it has been played almost 1.3K times. Other remixes and mixes total well over 100K plays and I have a feeling this is just the beginning and in no time these numbers will seem comically small.
In this newest remix of his, he takes the original electro-pop track “Bermuda” by The Soundmen and totally flips it into a deep dance track, vibrant with powerful vocal samples and low-end synth melodies. There is a sense of adventure and of vast landscapes when listening through the track, which is mostly due to its’ wide sounding piano chords and splashy percussion. As the sample repeats “Chance to get free,” we’re reminded that, in all of the noise that life throws at us, there is always a chance and opportunity to let go for a bit, and truly be free. Now, do you need to go to Bermuda to do that? Certainly not, though that would be preferred. The truth is that, just by throwing this remix on and closing your eyes, you’re able to get a nice break from the day-to-day, and what better way to do so than while traveling along this four and a half minute dance gem. Stream it below and follow him here!