LA-based alternative artist Raw Fabrics premieres the Lil Texas remix of his latest single “Get Me The Hell Out Of Here,” which adds vibrant electronic elements and a repetitive kick snare to the already outspoken and percussive track today on YourEDM.PRESS HEREto listen.
“When Jack sent over the stems for ‘Get Me The Hell Out Of Here’ I was so excited because remixing a rock song is always a challenge,” says Lil Texas. “I immediately gravitated toward the vocals in the bridge. Its’ beautiful, airy tone and temperament is the perfect platform to build the remix. It also allowed me to re-harmonize the melody with some lush R&B chords played through some vintage, yet modern sounding synths. I wanted it to be a track I could spin in my live set, so the drop has a club trap feel with some ping pong leads and rolling trap drums.”
Jack Bruno re-introduced fans to Raw Fabrics with the release of “Get Me The Hell Out Of Here,” which struts with an outspoken confidence punctuated by sharp percussion and piercing guitar chords climaxing with an anthemic chorus, PRESS HERE to purchase on iTunes. After opening for She Wants Revenge on select dates this summer, Raw Fabrics will head back into the studio with more music in the works for this year.
Following the release of their second EP, Plastic Joy, the punked-up alternative mavericks were riding high. However, the frontman’s dark side completely consumed him. As Jack plunged into drug and alcohol addiction, his band mates left one by one. Holed up in a Los Angeles motel room watching interviews about musicians battling with addiction, he realized things needed to change and NOW. After completing treatment, Jack headed out on the road with just a live drummer in tow and the resulting shows were unpredictable and unforgettable. That energy carried through to the studio. Handling production, guitar, bass, vocals, and drum programming himself, he feverishly recorded as he puts it, “more songs in a few months than I had written in my entire career.”
“It would’ve been so easy to just quit,” Jack leaves off. “Music is too important to me. The message behind Raw Fabrics is too important for me just to give up. That message is looking at the core of things and trying to express honest emotions; it’s all about connection, that’s what saved my life. This is me. It’s more vulnerable and honest. It feels like for the first time it’s completely real. It feels like a new Raw Fabrics.”
Watch this space for the latest from Raw Fabrics and for more info, please visit www.rawfabrics.com.