A lot has been said/written about Detroit house prodigy Kyle Hall in the past few weeks, what with the release of his debut The Boat Party LP. At only 21 years old, Hall’s music manages to imbibe tropes from the two lynchpins of American dance, Detroit and Chicago, as well as production techniques from across the globe. In short, if you haven’t listened to The Boat Party yet, you’re doing a respective disservice to both your mind and your dancing shoes. Hall’s latest track comes in the form of a remix of Los Angeles-based producer/DJ combo Cromie & Sage Caswell’s “Vine” (out now on brand new Brooklyn-based label Peach). It is both futuristic and retro, sounds fiercely analogue, but also has moments that any listener will struggle to fit into any existing sonic lexicon. The original (listen after the jump) is also an impressive number and sees two of Los Angeles’ premier DJs wisely extending their skills into the production realm.
Kyle Hall Remixes Cromie & Sage Caswell’s “Vines”
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