Following Maceo Plex’s acclaimed remix of Faithless ‘Synthesizer’ (ft Nathan Ball), fast rising progressive house producer Cristoph steps up to deliver a deep and hypnotic reworking of ‘Synthesizer’, released on BMG.
With his exhilarating remix of Faithless ‘Synthesizer’, Cristoph proves why he is one of electronic music’s brightest talents. The remix opens with dark, stabbing drums layered with poignant, melodic synths which build to an all-out euphoric drop. Hypnotic flute sounds then blend perfectly with Nathan Ball’s sublime vocal to create an exciting update which would be ideal for peak-time dance-floors.
‘Synthesizer’ is the first single to be taken from the eagerly awaited Faithless album ‘All Blessed’ – their first new LP in 10 years, released on BMG on 23 October.
On Cristoph’s remix of ‘Synthesizer’ Faithless said: “Proud to present the brand-new Cristoph remix of Faithless single “Synthesizer”. Driving drums and arpeggiated lush layers of melodic synth builds into a euphoric peak, Nathan Ball’s vocal crowning a proper progressive monster”
‘Synthesizer’ has received strong support, including BBC Radio play from Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Jo Whiley, Annie Nightingale, Shaun Keaveny, Nemone, Chris Hawkins and Rylan; with DJs supporting the track including Roger Sanchez, Tom Novy, Marco Carola, and Kryder.
Listen to the remix below.