Next up on Nang we're honoured to introduce '2AM,' the new EP by Sheffield scenester producers Hiem along with another of the cities finest fellows, Phil Oakey of The Human League.
The original track is a synth pop powerhouse about those twilight club nights that you never wanted to end, complete with a epic guitar solo, computer blips and glistening synth rushes. Oakey is as accomplished as ever, bringing his signature tones to full effect and it's nothing short of sensational.
To accompany, we've enlisted the skills of four producers to give us some cracking remixes. Fernando and Toomy Disco are first up, and they ramp up the tempo and vibe for a loose 'n' live rework that's perfect for the dance floor.
Hiem themselves give it a go with his '1984 Rework,' bringing 80's power drums, Van Halen solos and some atmospheric subtleties to the table. Nang's Italian uber-cool-cat Brioski steps up next giving us the Italian angle with a brilliant walking bassline and luscious wide mix.
The Heels of Love bring us frivolous percussion and stomping disco beats layered between emosh pads and slick keys. Ace. To finish, our good friends Free School take things down a notch for a beautiful leftfield excursion that only they could pull off.
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