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Premiere: Bézier channels ethereal euphoria into remix of Deeds' 'Unknown'

Snap, Crackle & Synth Pop

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 16 March 2017
Premiere: Bézier channels ethereal euphoria into remix of Deeds' 'Unknown'

For over a decade Snap, Crackle & Pop has been throwing parties in London, growing into one of the foremost nights in the city for consistently booking interesting and diverse line-ups, with recent and upcoming guests including Lena Willikens, Raime and Vladimir Ivkovic.

The collective made the step into the label sphere late last year, minting the Snap, Crackle & Pop outlet with an EP from The Junto Club, and now a second release is due to land later this month.

It comes from London duo Deeds, who have crafted a dreamy, synth pop EP titled ‘Disorder’, backed by remixes from The Field and Bézier on the B-side.

As an original member of Honey Soundsystem, Bézier has risen to become an influential figure in the global house scene through a string of revered parties and releases. His remix of ‘Unknown’ takes the expansive production and flips it into a woozy sunrise roller, via shimmering synths and tightly constructed percussion. Listen below.

‘Disorder’ is out through Snap, Crackle & Pop on March 27, pre-order it via Juno

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Staff Writer, follow him on Twitter

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