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Porter Robinson’s ‘Sea of Voices’ Gets an Aqueous Remix From Galimatias

Porter Robinson released his dazzling collection of cosmic EDM explorations Worlds, at the tale end of 2014. But in just a couple of weeks he’ll return with a collection of hand-curated remixes that send those tracks to other dimensions. He’s already shared Mat Zo’s nü-disco fix of “Flicker,” but today he returns with something a little more weird and watery.

“Sea of Voices” was one of Worlds‘ hazy ambient tracks, but Danish producer Galimatias drags Robinson back to the dancefloor, even if it’s one that’s a little loopy and waterlogged. Stormy synth lines upend Robinson’s static mist and give it a little movement, even if it’s just the gentle loll of the ocean.

In an email, Robinson told SPIN that Galimatias’ take “blows his mind,” but the Dane tells a different story.

“I don’t know what I was thinking picking “Sea of Voices’,” Galimatias explains. “The song is such a cinematic journey in itself; it could never be outdone in the feeling it evokes. So I had to take it in a completely different direction.”

Listen here in advance of the October 2 release of Worlds Remixed.

Porter Robinson tour dates:
September 19 – Sacramento, CA @ TBD Festival
September 25 – Las Vegas, NV @ Life is Beautiful
September 27 – Fairburn, GA @ TomorrowWorld