Fast-rising electronic talent Logic1000 has remixed Elderbrook and Tourist’s collaborative single ‘Howl’, out 7th October.
Following on from Elderbrook’s mammoth tour of North America, the Logic1000 is a pumping, four-to-the-floor rework that’s brimming with carefree, summertime energy.
A live phenomenon, self-taught multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer-songwriter, Elderbrook is known for his collaborations with some of the biggest names in dance music, including Diplo, Black Coffee, Bob Moses, The Martinez Brothers and Carnage. Meanwhile his acclaimed debut album Why Do We Shake In The Cold? included sleeper hits ‘Numb’ and ‘Something About You’, and his most recent EP ‘Innerlight’ included a collaboration with Bob Moses and the resultant tour saw him sell out shows all over the world. With over 1 billion streams to date, and tours alongside the likes of Friendly Fires and Jungle, he is a global sensation who continues to grow as an artist.
With four full-length albums and several more EPs under his belt, Tourist remains active as a writer, producer, and remixer, including remixing artists like Christine & The Queens, Hozier, Wolf Alice and Chvrches. He also won a Grammy for co-writing Sam Smith’s ‘Stay with Me’.
Logic1000 is the moniker of reclusive Sydney-born, London-based DJ and producer Samantha Poulter. Her unique production process conjures concepts, genres, samples, UK-centric dance rhythms, hyper-accurate digital synths and disembodied textures.
One of the most exciting emerging artists in the electronic sphere drops a scintillating remix of ‘Howl’.
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