Buy or stream ‘No Tomorrow (feat. Sophie Lindinger)(Tom Finster Remix)’ here: https://CnKMef.lnk.to/NoTomorrowReworksyc
Three drum & bass powerhouses Camo & Krooked & Mefjus teamed up on their latest glitched out anthem, the Drum&BassArena ‘Best Track’ Award nominee ‘No Tomorrow’ featuring the sultry vocals of Sophie Lindinger – an unmatchable four-way showcase of some of Austria’s finest musical talent. With the three titan’s last collaboration ‘Kallisto’ on Hospital Records taking the electronic music scene by storm last summer with impeccable sound design and mind-warping basslines, Camo & Krooked & Mefjus have outdone themselves once more as ‘No Tomorrow’ plunges deep into the depths of twisted drum & bass sonics.
Off the back of Camo & Krooked’s orchestral debut in collaboration with the legendary composer Christian Kolonovits for ‘Red Bull Symphonic’, the ‘No Tomorrow Reworks’ EP features a symphonic rework of the original, transcending the realms of drum & bass into mesmerising musicality as Camo & Krooked, Mefjus and Kolonovits demonstrate that the fusing of their musical worlds is a force not to be reckoned with. The inviting eeriness of Sophie Lindinger’s vocals rest between classical piano melodies and sinister string work as ethereal electronic swells creep in and out of the picture on this downtempo delight.
Tom Finster offers his full spectrum remix taking you through tripped-out halftime to full blown drum & bass destruction. Whilst paying homage to the original, he’s certainly not shy of getting experimental – expect impeccable sound design and other-worldly sounds throughout. With previous releases on ABIS and IMANU’s DIVIDID imprint, Tom Finster is one to watch.
Things don’t get much bigger than the joining forces of Camo & Krooked with Mefjus, with the behemoth trio unleashing drum & bass crunchers such as ‘Sidewinder’ on Noisia’s Vision Recordings and ‘Kallisto’ on Hospital Records which has racked up well over 2 million streams. Notwithstanding their killer separate back catalogues home to classics such as Camo & Krooked’s ‘Set It Off (feat. Jeru The Damaja)’, ‘All Night’ and ‘Loa’, and Mefjus’ ‘Suicide Bassline’, ‘Foundations’ and ‘The Sirens’, this is yet another certified smasher for Camo & Krooked and Mefjus to add to their books.
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