Andrew Verner A.K.A. Short Circuit is fast becoming the king of Robo-Pop. Coming out of L.A.’s Binary family, the go-to gang for forward thinking cotemporary ElectroPop, Short Circuit has been responsible for some awesome reMixes of late, but the time has come for him to release some original material into the wild.
Setting himself apart from the pack with his heavy use of vocodered vocals, his début single, ‘Let Go’, is a robotic love letter set to a soundtrack of warm synth leads and burbling basses. The single is backed by the kind of reMix package that has fans of electronic Pop music grinning like idiots all day after hearing it. Fellow Binary act, the reliably amazing, NightWaves bring a bit more of a Dreamwave flavour to the track, although heavier than you’d expect from these guys They bring the robot to the Disco with some thick bass sounds and screaming synths. Small Pyramids take ‘Let Go’ to a more chilled, atmospheric, place with a deep electronic groove while Popskarr reveal themselves as one to watch after turning in a blinding, funky, late night House mix.
♫ Short Circuit – Let Go (NightWaves reMix)
♫ Short Circuit – Let Go (Small Pyramids reMix)
♫ Short Circuit – Let Go (Popskarr reMix)
‘Let Go’ is Short Circuit,’s first single and will be followed up by an EP later in 2010.
The Popskarr remix aint there….i think the Nightwaves remix has been posted twice….
Thank’s for the heads up. should be fixed now.
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