warner case drops Fahrenheit busting remix of Matveï’s ‘REGRESO’

Taken from Matveï’s new remix EP ‘SEASONS (Remixes)’ feat Asdek and Tom Jarmey

Released 22nd September via Kitsuné Musique

NYC based DJ / producer / musician warner case drops thumping, club-infused remix of Matveï’s ‘REGRESO’, lifted from the forthcoming remix EP ‘SEASONS (Remixes) featuring Asdek and Tom Jarney out 22nd September through Kitsuné Musique. Fusing elements of old-school house, bass, pop and funk, it’s a bright, dynamic affair tailored specifically for the summer season.

warner case says: “My REGRESO remix is a pure remix, and i’m very proud of it. its main elements are all from the original song and barely affected; i added nothing melodic whatsoever. I simply recontextualized the beauty that was already there to bring a whole new energy and feeling; listen closely to the original and you’ll hear my remix. it works as a symbol of optimism: you choose how to see your world :)”

Matveï adds: “Shout out to warner case for this perfect groovy remix.”

Matveï’s ‘REGRESO’ (warner case remix) is released 25th August / ‘SEASONS (Remixes)’ EP 22nd September via Kitsuné Musique

About warner case:

Often compared to ZHU and Duke Dumont, and for some reason Ed Sheeran, warner case is a New York based classically trained percussionist who taught himself to produce while studying at Cornell University and working at Jimi Hendrix’s famed Electric Lady Studios. case is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer, and cat lover with a passion for creating unforgettable experiences. He can run the mile in 2 minutes. Repped worldwide by Wilhelmina Models, case has shared the stage with Disclosure, Flight Facilities, Virgil Abloh, The Magician, Dom Dolla, Gorgon City, among many others. His unique brand of raw, infectious dance music is appreciated worldwide, and receives support from notable acts like Kaskade, Martin Solveig, Louis the Child, and Grammy winner Latroit. He once beat Shaq at chess. He recently released collabs with Kyle Watson (Spinnin’ Deep) and Jean Tonique (Potion), and was hand-picked by The Magician to be part of his momentous Magic Tape 100 alongside house heavyweights Boston Bun, Fabich, The Magician himself, and more. His music shakes radio waves and club speakers worldwide, and he hates self-indulgent bios like this, which he wrote himself