Henrik Schwarz delivers stunning remix on 3000Grad Records
It’s his unique ability to compose profound classical music one day and banging dancefloor tunes the next day that makes Henrik Schwarz a name that needs no further introduction. The highly versatile producer has frequently been touring with bands during the past 20 years. So he’s the perfect candidate to transform the bittersweet melancholy of Les Enfants Sauvages into dancefloor material. His Foggy Dreams remix still sounds a lot like a band, but multiplied with banging beats and the playful chirp of a synthie.
The remix of Ellom turns this song into a sunny house groover, complete with casual filter modulations, a kickdrum that lives up to its name and the subtle voice of the singer.
Finally there’s Stephan Zovsky’s outrageously fat bassline that lifts the soul of Tell Me like a thermal summer wind. The melodic-technoish escalation he keeps cultivating around the high recognition factor of the vocal checks all the boxes for what is commonly referred to as an anthem.