Electronic producer remixes London jazz band tune into a cosmic UK Garage influenced voyage

Electronic music producers rule the world.

West London based producer Zar has taken on remixing jazz rising talent Nihilism’s song “In Motion”, boldly turning the original into a voyage of soundscapes influenced by Jon Hopkins, Pink Floyd and UK Garage. Listen here

The British Indian producer, who also drums for London rising star ONUR and has a radio show on Keakie Radio, remixed the track whilst on his lunch breaks and tube commutes. Needless to say, the quality shines through considering the circumstances under which it was made, and retains the free jazz feeling Nihilism so greatly created in the original.

Nihilism, a 5 piece jazz band, are fast rising at the centre of the underground London jazz scene. They have previously supported Moses Boyd and have band-members in Steam Down and Triforce.

Mixed by Jack Driscoll (from audio-visual techno act Polyop), In Motion will take you on a cosmic journey through the current sounds in the UK underground and beyond.

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