2017 saw infamous LA party team Gari Safari expand from event and collective company into an official tag. With Gari Records’ introduction release highlighting the music of its members — Anabel Englund, Matt Ossentjuk, Human Life and Mont Blvck — “Rising” launched a new era. Now the tag has resurfaced to get remix package and a long-awaited sophomore release.
This time, “Letting Go” puts a spotlight on a few of those group’s members, Mont Blvck. A duo whose talents go considerably beyond simply being DJs, Jackson Englund and Diego Cuevas Casale make music as listeners, multi-instrumentalists, authors, and manufacturers, all surfaced on stage since a live electronic action. But their story is not the sole one to associate using “Letting Go,” since the monitor has received a remarkable remix from Dutch home artist Franky Rizardo. A student of classically styled home monitors, Rizardo constantly pushes the envelope productions, and his remix this is different. Melding retro acidic synths with progressions that are contemporary, his remix of “Letting Go” is unstoppable in its irresistibility and from energy.
Alongside remixes from Huxley and his alter ego Martinet, the Franky Rizardo remix of “Letting Go” will likely be out September 21 via none besides Gari Records.
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