Voltron ‘Let Go’

Published On February 18, 2013 | By Andrew Rafter | Featured Artist
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Voltron is the electronic project of Mathias & Laurens Naudts, and apart from that we don’t really know anything about them. They’re releasing a new EP via Belgian label Smile Recordings today which has, in part, been produced by former Mustanger A.N.D.Y.

Clearly taking inspiration from Disclosure’s two-step pop, ‘Let Go’ occupies the ground between pop, garage and rnb – whether such a musical place actually exists is another question, but you can’t help be impressed by the single – it’s warm, whimisical and shows there’s life beyond a 4/4 time signature.

The only remix is by A.N.D.Y who transforms the track into a neon house remake, pitching the vocals down for soulful Chicago house inspired workout, that reminded us a bit of Jaydee’s ‘Plastic Dreams’, if a little more playful and pop-y.

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About The Author

is the Editor and Founder of Harder Blogger Faster. Andrew is a fully trained print journalist and has written for local newspapers, sports papers and various tech blogs. When he's not listening to endless amounts of promos, you'll find him wandering the streets of Manchester attending gigs, interviewing artists and trying to persuade techno enthusiasts about merits of melody.