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Life On Planets & Taylor Bense drop fluorescent animated video for ‘Glowstick’

Release new remix EP ‘Glowstick Remix’ ft Soul Clap, David Martson, Mateyo, Logicoma Remix feat. Stoop Mane, NRP and Dudu Bembe out 21st May via Kitsuné Musique.

Baltimore producer / singer / musician Life On Planets (Phil Celeste) teams up with Brooklyn electronic artist Taylor Bense on the new animated video for ‘Glowstick’ taken from their new remix EP out now through Kitsuné Musique, featuring remixes by Soul Clap, David Martson, Mateyo, Logicoma Remix feat. Stoop Mane, NRP and Dudu Bembe.

Drawing on a myriad of influences from RnB, pop and trap, peppered with atmospheric electronic and deep-house grooves, the duo envisaged performing music that broke down barriers.

“Many thanks to our awesome remixers and the team at Kitsune for making this a reality! We have gathered artists from far and wide to give our song new life and the music that has resulted has been incredible. Enjoy the new facets of our first collaboration!” – Phill & Taylor

Life on Planets, Taylor Bense, and Kitsuné Musique have decided to donate 50% of the royalties and 100% of the profits of the merchandise to Campaign Zero, a non-profit organization that fights against police violence in America.

Life On Planets and Taylor Bense ‘Glowstick Remixes’ is out 21st May via Kitsuné Musique.

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Life On Planets is the solo project of singer/guitarist Phill Celeste. Melding soul, R&B, and house in his original productions; the artist’s eclectic sound took him from the streets of Baltimore to cities the world over. Join Phill as he weaves live performance with electronics to spread messages of truth, love, and consciousness across dance floors.

MORE INFO ON TAYLOR BENSE:
Like his own musical tastes, Taylor Bense draws on numerous and diverse inspirations. From jazz and Motown, all the way up to the records that sampled them (Dilla, Tribe, Detroithouse) Bense has managed to take familiar sounds and repurpose them into fresh tracks with unexpected lyrical and stylistic pairings.