Midnight Kids draw from various influences in remix of San Holo’s ‘Right Here Right Now’
Midnight Kids have had a swift ascension into notoriety within the electronic music scene, and this is part in thanks to a stream of remixes the LA-based duo released that garnered widespread attention. This included their take on The Chainsmokers‘ “Young,” which ended up being featured in the group’s Tommy Hilfiger campaign.
After releasing a stream of singles, Midnight Kids are now back with a another remix to add to their collection. This time Girard and Lee try their hand at remixing San Holo‘s “Right Here Right Now” featuring Taska Black.
They take Black’s humming and turn it into an electronic layer that they layer over the top of the single’s production backdrop. They then keep Black’s vocals a focal point of the release, and unsurprisingly, Midnight Kids find a way to amplify the feel-good nature of the song.
The duo wrote about the release within the Soundcloud description, noting, “The moment we started this ‘Right Here Right Now’ remix, we loved it. We definitely wanted to have this one be a bit different from the rest. We pulled from various parts of our own inspirations, such as pop punk/rock music, and came up with this, one of our favorite remixes yet!”
Midnight Kids have recently been on tour supporting Loud Luxury‘s North American headlining tour.
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