Chet Porter delivers first part of Kasbo’s ‘The Making of a Paracosm’ remix EP sequel
There have been no shortage of Kasbo remixes this year, as the producer shared a stellar, thoughtfully composed The Making of a Paracosm remix EP earlier this summer. And why should there be? Landing in Dancing Astronaut‘s the top five albums of 2020, Kasbo’s sophomore studio album purveyed some of the Swedish producer’s best work to date, so a grip of complementary remixes from top-notch talent like Just A Gent, Manila Killa, and more makes perfect sense. And Chet Porter is now commencing the rollout for the remix EP’s sequel—due December 10—to prove there’s still plenty of meat left on the Paracosm bone. Taking on “Hemma,” Chet Porter lays down a shimmering rework that continues to breathe new life into Kasbo’s groundwork originals.
Prior to a new take on Kasbo’s “Hemma,” Porter bookended the summer with a pair of collaborative deliveries, linking with San Holo on his bb u ok? single, “you’ve changed, i’ve changed” in May, followed by a Cherry Surf-assisted single, “Life’s So Good” in September. Now, taking on the Foreign Family-championed “Hemma,” Chet Porter adds another artful composition to his bag just as the year begins to draw to a close. Listen below.