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Future bass fans around the world rejoice because this Slow Magic remix of Manila Killa’s debut EP ‘1993’ is a combination we can’t get enough of. With his debut headlining tour around the corner, Manila Killa is showing no signs of stopping down. To learn more about Manila Killa’s upcoming tour, visit, www.manilakilla.com. Dive in below:

Moving Castle is fast shaping up to be one of the freshest artist collectives to emerge from North America’s electronic dance boom. Calling on Matthew John Kurz, ‘I Want You’ gleams with polished future bass production finesse and finely tuned pop hooks, keeping with both artists’ theme of making crossover records feel both seamless and a little on the timeless side. Robotaki and Manila Killa have both equally held their corners on solo ground, but together the duo shines with unprecedented promise for this market vocal offering.

Los Angeles fourpiece Smallpools has had a slow and steady rise in the indie pop sphere and today gets a rework from DC producer and one half of Hotel Garuda, Manila Killa. Just last week Manila Killa dropped a well-received remix of Bearson’s “Pink Medicine” and continues to impress with this latest rework.

Highlighting his versatility as a producer, Manila Killa uses soft piano chords and distinctive drums, joined by vibrant synth programming, all leading up to a soaring chorus.

One of our favorite tunes of last year Bearson’s “Pink Medicine” gets a rework from Manila Killa that’s a wonderful sonic soundscape. Here Manila Killa (half of Hotel Garuda) takes Bearson’s high energy tune and transformed it into a soulful, Odesza-esque future track you’re guaranteed to have on repeat over and over. Enjoy and grab the free download while you can!