Little Boots – Remedy (A1 Bassline Get Hype Remix)

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Little Boots   Remedy (A1 Bassline Get Hype Remix)
Little Boots’ “Remedy,” is by far, my favorite song off her full-length debut album Hands. It’s going to be a sure-fire hit. But in the meantime, Little Boots has recruited DJ A1 Bassline to remix “Remedy” and turn it into a dance-floor burning 5-minute smash.

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The remix is a barrel of beats and synths that completely overpower the vocal track. If you’ve heard the original, you will miss Remedy’s killer hook (the hook, man!). Throughout the remix’ 5-plus minutes, you are anticipating a breakdown that makes the most of this song’s ultra-catchy chorus. Sadly, that breakdown never comes. Instead of feeling impressed by A1 Bassline’s unpredictability (which is what he was going for, I’m sure), I felt cheated. This didn’t resemble my summer jam in no way, shape or form.

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