Downtempo producer Catch The Rise gives the Krilles their first remix on “Money Trees”
As the saying goes, you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. Electronic producer Catch the climb clearly had this in mind when he contacted an independent Australian band The Krills to release an official remix of their song “Money trees“.
He told us how he reached out:
I knew there was something really special about this song… I had the idea of contacting the band via Instagram to ask them if they would be interested in letting me create a remix for them to do. ‘listen – no pressure or expectations beyond that. Alain de Carne responded and said that although they had never had their music remixed before, they were open to the idea. They were incredibly open and friendly. They sent me the rods and I went to work.
The original version of “Money Trees” is a more sleepy, acoustic, and surf-inspired song. In its remix, Catch the Rise adds an electronic and downtempo element while honoring the emotion of the original. The swirling synth and gleaming keys it launches enhance the guitar playing of the Les Krilles version. The song’s midway bridge adds a perfectly light and airy sonic reset before diving deep again.
You’re going to want to check out this song, and you can do so using the link below. Enjoy!