Skip to main content

Made In Heights Get Touched Up With A Futuristic Twist (Premiere)

Made In Heights Get Touched Up With A Futuristic Twist (Premiere)

West Coast duo Made In Heights has low key become one of indie music's most hidden secrets. Made up of Blue Scholars producer Sabzi and San Diego based vocalist Kelsey Bulkin, they have created a unique aesthetic that thrives off a mixture of hypnotizing, electronically influenced instrumentations and dainty vocals that command your attention.

Their second album is dropping next week, and to celebrate the occasion we have a visceral and chilled out remix from a rising producer named Clayjay that you need to hear. The San Francisco based artist caught our attention when we heard his highly emotional remix of "Deer Stared At Me" by Tulpa, blending alleviating piano moments with electrifying synth sections.

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

After that, we were hooked and needed to hear more. Taking on "Panther" from the new album Without My Enemy What Would I Do, we still retain the clutching vocals of Bulkin from the original, but witness Sabzi's meticulous instrumental get taken for a whirlwind with Clayjay's ethereal approach to futuristic production.

We have a feeling this young musician is about to make some serious waves, so jump on the boat early before he starts to take off. Stream the track now, and get a feel for all things Clayjay.

Follow Clayjay on Facebook | Twitter

Related Content