QUIX proves he’s a generous man with his release of the official remix package for his most recent hit “Stronger” featuring Elanese.
The original track, released in January of this year, was an empowering future bass anthem that showcased QUIX’s knack for creating striking melodic bass music. Then, the New Zealand native decided to offer up a challenge via popular electronic music sample pack and community site Splice. He featured the track in one of Splice’s famous remix contests, and through that discovered three promising up-and-comers, Synchron, Skrybe, and Mod3no. Though Synchron was the official Grand Prize winner (which included his own Dim Mak release and a future collab with QUIX – we’ll be on the lookout for those), QUIX also grabbed the two runners-up to be featured on the official remix package, along with dubstep heavy-hitters Tisoki and TYNAN.
Tisoki and TYNAN lead out the EP with their own reimaginings, featuring their insane sound design skills and filthy bass stylings. Synchron gives us a refined future bass drop that stands on its own and proves he’s a producer to watch. Skrybe offers up an epic and emotional rendition, while Mod3no switches things up with a drum and bass version of the track. Getting to hear these three newcomers proves that the future of the scene is in good hands, and we can’t thank QUIX enough for using his platform to showcase them.
Next up for QUIX is a flurry of performances at festivals all over the world, including EDC Las Vegas, Canada’s Escapade Music Festival, and Austin’s ILL Fest. All are part of a slew of new tour dates around the US and Australia. Grab your tickets here and stream all of the “Stronger” remixes below: