The Night Air (Human Movement Remix)
It’s only Thursday, but with The United States of America’s birthday only a couple days away, gosh darnit if it doesn’t feel like a Friday. And, for our intuitive readers who’ve followed us for over a few weeks, you may have noticed that near the end of the work and school week, we like to inundate our pages with tunes more suited to the club floor. So as the weekend spirit has already affected this writer and a few others here at TMN, we thought we’d get the ball rolling a little early and put on our boogie shoes now. And who better than to help aid these feelings along than one of our absolute favorite Australian exports, Human Movement? Last landing on these pages in May with “Stranger”, the pair of Blake Gilray and Edward Macdonald have been steadily supplying us with some of the grittiest club rompers we’ve had the pleasure of consuming all year. Today, Human Movement’s come through in the remix department with a wobble-infused take on Whitney Fierce’s “The Night Air”, and it was exactly what we needed to kick things off. Their remix, out on Rock It Science Labs, pulls the original into their more aggressive sector of club music with dark, sweeping pads, crunchy snare and a lovely house cadence. Quite simply, we can’t stop bumping this one. Join us and stream Human Movement’s “The Night Air” remix above.