File Under: Dubstep / Drumstep / Glitch Hop
Release Date: November 11th, 2011
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Red Hot Chili Peppers – Give It Away (Psymbionic Remix)
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Give It Away (Psymbionic Remix Instrumental)
A fusion of drumstep rhythms, glitch hop sounds, and dubstep bass characterize the latest free download from Austin, TX resident Psymbionic. Released today in anticipation of the upcoming “Illusions” EP on Made in Glitch, this remix of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Give It Away” is sure to get any dance floor moving in a nostalgic bounce.
Psymbionic – Illusions is out December 13th on Made in Glitch ft. ONE4ALL, Pharo, and Joe Mousepad!
As a part of the upcoming generation of electronic music producers, Psymbionic creates aural experiences that demonstrate the possibility for multi-tempo Bass Music and culture to exist within a range of more divergent influences.
With this latest project, John Burcham has been moving bodies and turning heads for several years, playing with acts such as Bassnectar, STS9, Beats Antique, ill.Gates, Excision, EOTO, and Tipper. In addition to festival appearances that include Nocturnal, Wakarusa, and Sonic Bloom, Psymbionic demonstrates heavy involvement both on the stage and behind the scenes at electronic showcases such as his local SXSW in Austin, TX. Burcham’s work informs his repertoire with roots in the furthest reaches of the electronic music scene, and grants him a unique perspective on each crowd through the latest developments of the industry.
In a live show context, Psymbionic confronts mixes that are limited to the scope of the build and release, avoiding an industry epidemic of drop-monotony that overpowers the flow of music. Burcham seeks to prove that there are more powerful influences in moving a crowd than simple anticipation, providing an interwoven dynamic that relies on the strength of his blend, rather than the sole force or familiarity of the apex.
Psymbionic’s theory of music is a journey that doesn’t visit the same place twice, building excitement for what’s next not because you can anticipate it, but because you’ve never been there before.