The future rap vibes of mysterious duo Crash Land have made them a big favourite on Martin Garrix‘s STMPD RCRDS, their hip-hop leanings representing a bold new chapter for the label. Their incredible second single Time Warp has already picked up over 1 million plays, and now it’s time for three new remixes to bring it to a range of dancefloors and give it even more life.
Fast-rising LA producers Pierce & 2 Scoops bring their future bass vibes on the first remix, keeping the essence of the original and throwing a few sticks of dynamite into the mix. Futuristic and powerful, the deep verses contrast brilliantly with the heavy drops.
Paris house veteran Kulkid is a legendary remixer, with many a killer bootleg under his belt as well as his amazing official reworks. He brings the vocals to centre stage for his pumping, old skool flavoured house version.
Julien Earle‘s version completes the package. The young Washington producer impressed last year with his remix of Garrix and Dua Lipa‘s Scared To Be Lonely, and follows up in great style with his smooth and sensual deep house version.
Crash Land ‘Time Warp (Remixes)’ was released via STMPD RCRDS on March 16th.