Ry Hill converts Labrinth’s ‘Forever’ into tech-house anthem
Los Angeles producer Ry Hill recently imparted a tech-house take on Labrinth’s hit single, “Forever,” from HBO’s Euphoria. Characterized by acidic monosynths and abrasive house percussion, Hill’s airtight production seamlessly carries Labrinth’s anthemic falsetto into a bass-driven climax. Hill told Dancing Astronaut,
“I’m a big fan of both Labrinth and Euphoria. I also love to make a hard-hitting house track every now and then, switch[ing] it up from my typical indie-electronic sound.”
Geared toward summer DJ sets, Hill’s “Forever” remix arrives on the heels of “FREAK,” his rework of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Have You Ever Seen The Rain,” and his vocal cover of “Heat Waves” alongside Teddy Beats. With a long-form original project underway, Ry Hill has set the stage for a momentous album debut. In the meantime, stream Ry Hill’s high-octane rendition of “Forever” below.
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