Electronic Duo Deep Al Brindle Drop “Dep” Remix by Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas
DEEP AL BRINDLE DROP “DEP” REMIX BY ROY MITCHELL-CÁRDENAS (FORMERLY OF MUTEMATH)
Los Angeles-based electronic duo Deep Al Brindle have released a remix of their song “Dep.” The remixing duties were handled by Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas, formerly of Mutemath.
“Roy’s involvement on this one means a lot to us,” the duo says. “One of the best rhythm sections that has existed is giving our track some movement.”
Mitchell-Cárdenas shares, “Deep Al Brindle’s vibe is stellar to begin with. The ‘Dep’ track inspired me simply to expand on that vibe into a neighboring galaxy.”
The release also features the original version, as well as a Raye Simmons remix of “Dep.”
“DEP” REMIX TRACK LISTING:
“DEP” (Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas Remix)
“DEP” (Raye Simmons Remix)
ABOUT DEEP AL BRINDLE:
For Deep Al Brindle, countless hours playing music as friends progressed to songs built by bandmates; Alastair Wilson and Diego Castellanos became Deep Al Brindle and released their first single, “Ctrl V,” in late 2019. They released two more singles before signing to Tooth & Nail Records, where their debut EP released in Summer 2021. The EP, No Rush, No Curfew, is a soft and bright tribute to art itself. Deep Al Brindle expose the relationship between sound and color, hearing and feeling, and movement and memory with visuals that accompany each song. The cinematic experience emotes themes of nostalgia, joy, and community. Wilson’s affinity for ’90s rock and Castellanos’ appreciation for ’80s pop is evident in the project’s vintage, electronic sound.
Friends first and bandmates second, Deep Al Brindle has no agenda other than to create what feels good in the moment. The ease and honesty of each track and visual promote their motive: to make the kind of art they want to experience.
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