Alex Clare: Diplo’s Achievement remixed by Clark Kent and Kid Ranger
Yeah, I know this is a couple months old, but dammit I can’t get it out of my head. Diplo and Switch helped Alex Clare boost his way to Microsoft commercial stardom earlier this year ( I can still say that, we have a few days) and caused the little known British song writer, heralded by the likes of Major Lazer who produced his first album The Lateness of the Hour with Mike Spencer, to become a top forty kiddie pop dubstep artist. One for the transitional crew, the forty year old, “I still like young music,” crowd. Either way, Clark Kent (bastard is twenty years old) and Kid Ranger remix this bad boy and make it work well, they put the acid back into Disneyland. Cheers, enjoy this one.
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