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Future’s ‘Move That Dope’ Gets a Deranged Wertheimer Remix

Wertheimer Future Move That Dope Remix Pusha T Stream

We don’t know much about Wertheimer, and what we do know we can’t say because we’ve been sworn to secrecy. Our friends at XLR8R reported that the mysterious electronic producer is a German sheet-metal worker, though his (?) SoundCloud claims Antarctica as home. London’s Lex Records backed the shadowy noisenik for his excellent Brandished EP earlier this year — pick up that bleak and beautiful burner here — and now Wertheimer returns to spill his oft-atmospheric digital wilding all over Future’s “Move That Dope.”

Pharrell’s touch is long gone from the SPIN cover artist’s single, and Pusha T’s verse is now scored by D-Styles-esque turntable darkness and percussive insanity. Casino, frankly, sounds deranged. The oddly urgent version will appear on a forthcoming set dubbed 4 Remixes. It’ll include Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson,” Ghostface Killah’s Danny Brown-featuring “Six Degrees,” and Mobb Deep’s “Just Step Prelude.” Also, it’s “designed for cars, clubs, DJs, radio, raves, drunken arguments, bombing trains and general urban summer mayhem.”