[WORLD/ELECTRONIC] Dimond Saints Drops Sultry Remix Of HÄANA’s “Brym Al Mar”
How do you find inspiration in life? And more importantly, how do you find the energy to execute on that inspiration? I recently heard a great quote that went, “Every who has taken a shower has had an idea. It’s the people who dry off and go do something about that idea who change the world.”… Or something like that.
I feel like a lot 0f my ideas stay constantly wet, never leaving the proverbial shower. Hard to find the energy to get all the work done and also eat and also work out and also make money and also have a social life and also shower and also sleep. Fuck. But the one thing I find I always have time for is music. It creeps into everything I do and gives me the energy to move forward. What they should say is” It’s the people who have music playing who dry off and go do something about that idea who change the world.”… Or something like that. Music keeps me going. Finding that perfect sound that gets me out of the shower and into the day or whatever it is I’m doing and on and into the next day. Like a constant pulse – transitions from morning to noon to evening and on into night are easily captured in the sonic realm and seamlessly strung together into perfect soundtracks reflecting the sun and moon’s infinitive intertwined interactions.
Feeling intrinsically tied to this dance is a beautifully haunting remix of HÄANA‘s “Brym Al Mar” by the mysterious Dimond Saints duo. The deep, dark bass is emboldened, big, yet almost clumsy around the gossamer beauty of the violin. The interplay between sun and moon, heavy and soft, dark and light is almost visually visceral – a beautiful sunset splashing its dying spirit onto the evening skies in stunning hues of gold, orange, flame red, emerald blue, violet, and ultimately, the black of night.
The Dimond Saints’ remix is available as a free download, so grab your copy here and you’ll also want to pre-order the Brym remix album (out June 14th) here, which will feature artists such as Daega Sound, Victorien (1/2 of FDVM), SOOHAN, Sinistarr, Haj i Ji, and more.
Want to see a drawing that shows where HÄANA got all the original inspiration for “Brym Al Mar”? Want to see a picture of HÄANA with a snake? Check it all out below: