2020 was a career-defining year for the talented artist, producer and musician, Mako. His highly-anticipated sophomore album, Fable, was released in mid-December after a slew of lead singles throughout the year. Met with much critical acclaim and streaming numbers to boast, Mako prepares to continue the momentum with an album of intriguing remixes that allow the listener to enjoy Fable in a reimagined way. Kicking off the remix album is German producer Jan Blomqvist, known for his melodic compositions and techno-inspired club tracks, he lends his signature style to ‘Roller Coaster’ and flips the original into a deeper club offering. Out now via Ultra Records, Jan Blomqvist’s remix of ‘Roller Coaster’ is available to stream now across streaming platforms.
Capitalizing on the somber essence of the original, Jan Blomqvist’s remix weaves melodic deep house sensibilities into ‘Roller Coaster’. Mako’s strong original composition remains audibly relevant while Jan Blomqvist transforms the melody into a euphonic and driving soundscape with additional instrumentals. While the original treads on the lines between genres, the remix highlights the scintillating electronic elements as it leads the listener on a sonic roller coaster. The four-minute remix was designed with the dancefloor in mind, as Blomqvist effortlessly captivates with his club-ready cut.
Fable marked a monumental moment for Mako as he revealed his most personal body of work to-date. Maximizing his vast musical background, each composition offered a unique contribution to his eleven-track sophomore album. Following the release of Fable, Mako kicked off 2021 on a high note with his breathtaking collaboration with Lindsey Stirling, ‘Lose You Now’. Stirling called upon Alex Seaver to lend his undeniable songwriting and vocal talent to her original instrumental-only track ‘Guardian’. The single has quickly amassed over a million streams in less than a month since its release.
As he continues the sharp trajectory of his sophomore album, Mako gears up to reveal twelve new renditions to add to his immaculate catalogue. Set for release on March 12, 2021, the Fable remix album promises many intriguing offerings from talented producers around the world.
MAKO – FABLE REMIX ALBUM TRACKLIST:
‘Roller Coaster’ (Jan Blomqvist Remix)
‘Again’ (DLMT Remix)
‘Again’ (Helion Remix)
‘Chameleon’ (Elephante Remix)
‘Ocelot’ (Rat City Remix)
‘Chameleon’ (PRETTY YOUNG Remix)
‘Breathe’ (BRKLYN Remix)
‘Roller Coaster’ (UNRTHD Remix)
‘Murder’ (Alex Ariete Remix)
‘Murder’ (Feather Remix)
‘Chameleon’ (Lliam + Latriot Extended Mix)
‘Peregrine’ (Qrion Remix)
Alex Seaver has a richly complex musical background, including graduating from The Juilliard School after receiving a full scholarship as a musician. Since forming Mako in 2011, Seaver has worked on a slew of singles and collaborations with artists as varied as Illenium, Lindsey Stirling, R3HAB, and Steve Angello, all of which supplement his output as Mako. Alongside the release of his sophomore album, Seaver has continued his work with the video game League of Legends alongside Riot Games, co-writing and co-producing many of their biggest releases, as well as being a part of the team scoring Riot Games’ debut TV series ‘Arcane’. Serving as a pivotal moment in Mako’s career, Seaver’s sophomore album, Fable, is a distinctive yet cohesive body of work spanning various genres. Alex Seaver’s musical prowess is evident throughout the duration of the album, with each track continuously flowing into the following. His undeniable vocal talent, production expertise, and instrumentation sets him apart as an artist and leaves much to be desired from this next chapter in his career.