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Exclusive: The Landing Releases Infectious Remix For 'Undertow'

Bradleigh-Ann Walker | PopWrapped Author

Bradleigh-Ann Walker

Updated 05/24/2016 3:56pm
Exclusive: The Landing Releases Infectious Remix For 'Undertow' | The Landing
Media Courtesy of The Landing.EI PR

As summer creeps in on us, I’m always looking for the perfect tunes to help me bring in my favorite season.

The Landing’s remix of “Undertow” by Satchmode is a whole lot of pop with an emphasis on the instrumental that borders on jazzy; I can easily imagine this played in a lounge in downtown New York City while still finding its niche at one of our iconic festivals in the sultry heat of August. His take on the track is infectious, and will take you over before you even realize it.

The NYC-based solo artist’s training in classical music shines clearly through in this remix--the nuances of this beat can only come from someone who understands one of the most revered and sacred genres of music.

Listen to the “Undertow" remix below, and let us know what you think in the comments!

https://soundcloud.com/thelanding/satchmode-undertow-the-landing-remix/s-R4IwK

If you’re in the NYC area, The Landing will be playing a show tomorrow night (May 13) at The Studio at Webster Hall with alternative rockers New Madrid. For details and tickets, check out TicketWeb. I encourage you to support great music and an equally great venue.

Keep up with The Landing on his official website, Twitter, and Facebook page.

About The Landing The Landing is a solo artist seeking to turn the struggle of finding one's place in the Universe into an anthem for the optimistic. A classically trained musician, who has scored films and written original pieces for orchestra, The Landing labels his music as “Space Pop,” taken from a style of music popularized by composers of the 50s and early 60s during the birth of the space age. Drawing inspiration from this period, his lyrics and artwork also use space imagery and exploration as a theme. Influences for The Landing come from an eclectic mix of classical music, space-age pop, EDM and indie-pop. (source: EI PR)

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