Bevvy Swift – Monochrome Remixes EP

Bevvy Swift, photo by Thom Hamilton

Bevvy Swift, photo by Thom Hamilton

Today, our good friend Bevvy Swift‘s remix project from his debut LP, Monochromesees its release via California-based record label, Muti Music.  It contains remixes from label owner Dov, Humboldt-based & Muti-affiliated Hypha, as well as mixes from fellow BC-based artists HxdB & the Philthkids.  The EP is available for purchase here on Beatport, or here on JunoDownload, previews immediately below.

I think my favorite of the bunch is Hypha’s future bass/garage influenced remix of Bevvy’s collab with Vancouver’s Frank Grimes, “Auntie Swag.”  The rest of the pack is only a step or two behind, in my opinion – HxdB offering up a smooth 4/4 reworking of “The Tide,” Philthkids twerkin’ my favorite tune of the original album into a juke/footwork experience while Dov comes in with a tidy, stripped-down jungle remix of the album’s title track.

Bevan’s 3-part Feelings mix series has been receiving lots of love lately, along with a feature & in-depth interview published recently by Seattle-based blog, Ganjaology – read it here.

bevdivKeep up with Bevvy on his soundcloud, fan page & Muti Music profile page.  Watch for a new full-length album on Muti by the end of the year, and another free LP release is in the pipeline as well.

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