It's been about seven months since Los Angeles based trap and hip-hop producer RL Grime delivered his debut album Void, throwing down cutting-edge anthems while working alongside Djemba Djemba, Big Sean, Boys Noize, and How To Dress Well. The release is chalked full of undeniable cuts, many of which still get dropped at festivals and clubs on the regular.
Now RL Grime has let some more producers get involved, delivering five remixes that were meant to be played loud. Taking on the Big Sean assisted gem is Wuki, Salva, and Melé, each bringing their own fresh sound to the table. Melé dives in with hip-hop inspired club take, hitting hard with big bass and a slowed down tempo throughout.
Wuki is much more spastic, sitting between trap and future with high-paced drum rolls and wild vocals. Finally we get to Salva's remix, who just goes all out with head banging and screeching synthesizers. Straight LA style.
First up on "Scylla" is none other than DJ Sliink, not surprisingly bringing his now ubiquitous take on jersey club with off paced drums and over the top synths that will send you directly to space. Last up is King Henry, dropping his Team Supreme influenced style into RL Grime's production while even adding dub elements. It's all over the place, but would you expect anything less? You can stream them all below.