Crooked Colours – ‘Flow‘ Remixes – Crooked Colours returned last month after 18 months to release their new single ‘Flow,’ a smooth indie-house jam taken from their forthcoming debut album. Rounding off the single release is a three-track remix package, released onto Sweat It Out.

Having hit the top spot on Hype Machine’s chart, ‘Flow‘ was always going to be a hard song to remix. Nonetheless, Thomas Jack and Jesse Rose take the track into darker, more underground realms. Jack, whose pioneering ‘trop-house’ style influenced the likes of Kygo and Matoma, moves away from this genre and instead transforms the cut into a slow burning techno groove, a sound that he has been expertly producing lately.



Jesse Rose, whose accolades include a BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and a Mixmag Top 10 DJ’s listing, takes a similar path as Jack. With a bouncy bass line and cut up vocals, the remix gives the track club appeal that will undoubtedly see it as a mainstay in tech-house sets for the coming months.

Capping off the package is an extended ‘Re-Rub‘ mix, which stays true to the original in the most part whilst adding a more dance-orientated intro and outro. Currently on a headline tour across Australia, the guys are building momentum for their full album release in June. Keep your eyes peeled for all new announcements!


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