@NewImmunity create a lilting remix for new British singer @JazzMorley’s “Take Me Down”

JAZZ MORLEY, “Take Me Down” (New Immunity remix)

After successfully tackling a remix of Molly Moore’s cover of the classic “Come Fly With Me” in the Spring, Tyler and Garret from New Immunity are back with their take on “Take Me Down” by new British singer Jazz Morley.  It’s a fine independently-released song about combating that invisible monster called jealousy, and New Immunity adds a lift to the song in tempo and in overall feel that helps reassure us of a winning battle.  The singer is one to watch, with a gorgeous restraint to her voice that also knows when to let loose.  Yeah there are a lot of mid-tempo EDM ballads out there lately but count this remix of “Take Me Down” as one of the better of them.  Check it out at the link above and pick it up at your favourite digital store.

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Not to be tamed: @NewImmunity remix of @MickyBlue’s “Wild Things”

MICKY BLUE, “Wild Things” (New Immunity remix)

The guys in New Immunity recently got their hands all over Molly Moore’s “Come Fly”, her cover of the classic Sinatra tune, and showed how that song could easily swing with EDM.  With Micky Blue’s “Wild Things”, they have a powerhouse indie original which is transformed from a cutting alt.rock ballad, and it’s given not only a big bouncing rhythm but also some scorching rock guitars, which make it impossible to miss in a set.  What I like best about this remix is its balance; you can zero in on Micky’s softer vocal parts just as easily as when some vocal effects go arm-in-arm with those guitars.  Club DJ’s would be wise to unleash “Wild Things” on a big crowd for one untamed evening ahead.  Download it for free at the above link.

@missMollyMoore’s cover of #FrankSinatra’s “Come Fly”gets a @NewImmunity EDM makeover

MOLLY MOORE, “Come Fly” (New Immunity remix)

Molly Moore’s EP from last year, Shadow Of The Sun, had so many strong originals (such as “Blood. Sweat. Tears.”) that I sometimes forget that she also included her own enticing alternative pop version of Frank Sinatra’s “Come Fly With Me” in that release.  New Virginia duo New Immunity (aka Tyler and Garret) have recognized “Come Fly”‘s special qualities and chose to add their own flourishes in a remix that is even three or four shades of different from Molly’s version.  Alternately symphonic and lush, and ear-popping and psychedelic, New Immunity shows that even a classic like this can be reconfigured and electrified.  Yet it takes nothing away from the intent of Frank’s original or Molly’s rework.  I’m very big on enhancing and reinventing and New Immunity does it in style.  Download it from the link above.