Ah, “Jack”. This is the song that is finally redefining the direction of dance music. And not a moment too soon. Just as anthemic calls-to-war and “festival trap” is taking over stages across the country for festival season, Breach‘s extremely deep track shows that, even to the mainstream, deep house and tech is leaving its mark. Even though “Jack” hasn’t technically be released yet (July 14th), I think it’d be hard to find anyone with an ear for house music who hasn’t already heard (and loved) the track. Enter Bring The Noise. This trio from Los Angeles has been responsible for some great trap remixes, including remixes of “Easy”, Kaskade’s “Dynasty” and “4AM” and W&W’s “The Code”. This remix is probably my favorite of their’s thus far. It flips the entire original opening up with an 8-bit intro followed by melodic strings, giving way to an unexpected bass-heavy yet minimalist drop. The song goes through further sound transformations through to the finish and keeps up interest throughout. I must admit, “Jack” is a hard song to tackle and I’m beyond impressed with what Bring The Noise has been able to do with it.
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