Label mate (and head) Gema took Adam Kasturi’s latest track, stripped it off its grime and synths musical genome, and reconstructed it into a slowed down (or Shlohmo-ed, rather) minimal take on the song. The result is more accessible than the original version, sounding more reminiscent of independent pop’s penchant for downbeat tunes by bedroom producers, which consequently allows Sharina’s vocals more space to breathe as opposed to how they were on Adam’s busier composition.
Trust Gema to completely flip a song. Listen to it below:
Been wondering about the lyrics? We’ve got ’em:
More from Gema here.
Check out the original track here.