Hermitude ‘The Buzz’ (Sweater Beats Remix)

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Did you ever like watching the guido-tastic Jersey Shore? Then you might like SWEATER BEATS’ Jersey Club, big bass trap rework of Hermitude’s already excellent single, ‘The Buzz’.

In his own words, Sweater Beats announced that it’s “been a minute, but I’m back.” The original track is taken from Hermitude’s most recent and number one album, Dark Night Sweet Light, which they’ve been showcasing to rowdy crowds at the likes of Groovin’ The Moo. Sweater Beats has managed to make things even rowdier by donking a great splodge of bass on to it.

The Brooklyn producer has gone for a more rigid tempo and rhythm, ramped up the bassline and beat work, and added the finishing touches of percussion on top. Sweater Beats has already worked with other Australian darlings Flume and Chet Faker, as well as a recent collaboration with dance DJ Alesso, and this official Hermitude remix goes to prove that he is a dab hand at working with vocal chops and synth explosions.

Listen to it below. It’s probably best if you can play this one as loud as your speakers and surroundings will allow.

Words by Katie Rowley

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