Remixing the new single “Salt” by Kita Klane, Moby offers deliverance from the…from the crazy world we live in today. He took Kita Klane’s up-tempo hit (which releases Friday, September 29) a seductive, slow, more down-tempo feel. Modern day electric music remixes often feature extremely, extremely similar beats to their originals with a significantly different drop. This mix by Moby delivers what could be promoted at a completely different song in its own.
From Darien, CT, Moby has been one of the most prominent names in Electric Music for as long as we can remember. Our favorite vegan continues to excite fans across the world with his unique sound, approach and complete and utter mastery of his craft. Delivering what remains to be the Best Electric Album of all time, “Play” has placed the producer, DJ, songwriter in a special place in all of our hearts. This remix to Kita’s “Salt” brings all we hope in Moby beat. The original ain’t to shabby either.
The track starts out with a smooth snare and develops with heavily manipulated voice. Well it sounds like a voice at least, could be something else. We are going to go with a voice which later turn into the lead vocals on the track. Deviating from its original, Moby takes us on a completely different artistic journey through various sounds including but not limited to: High synth, snare tempos, and stringy pitches. The vocals really allow Kita’s vocals to take control and lure its listeners in to this other worldly feel. Extremely mystic vibe that sends listeners into a whirlwind of calm.
You will notice by the vocals, Kita has found major influence in the likes of Amy Winehouse, Nine Inch Nails and Etta James. Taking an independent course, her previous EP “Fingerprints” saw some great publicity including premieres on Zane Lowe’s Beats1 show and extended features on National Ad campaigns through Hulu and Samsung. She has a unique voice that will most certainly claim national prominence and allure.
Exclusive EDM Sauce premiere here so unfortunately y’all won’t be able to hear Kita’s original until tomorrow, but, just know that I truly can’t figure out which I like better. They are both completely different and spark completely different emotions, what they have in common? Gold, both Gold.