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Keys N Krates Drop Mesmerizing Rework of Hermitude’s ‘OneFourThree’

It seems just yesterday we were at Goldrush listening to Hermitude’s buzzing sounds and glittering beats. Their eclectic style mixes and morphs electronic and hip-hop sound in award-winning and crowd-captivating ways. When they dropped “OneFourThree,” a track from their sixth studio album Pollyanarchy, it was matched with an equally stylistic music video that shook their fans. Recently, the track got a rework by a trio of similarly unique sound mixing artists. Keys N Krates, known for their truly versatile soundscape, smoothed the track into a more hip-hop rooted piece with a mesmerizing background of lo-fi electronic sound. It runs in the same vein as their recent mixtape which dropped in July and truly takes us all back to both Hermitude’s and Keys N Krates’ roots of downtempo production. Out now on Elefant Traks, listen below.

Toronto-based artists Adam Tune, David Matisse, and Greg Dawson (Jr. Flo) are wrapping up their tour as the decade comes to a close. Their DJ set for A Beat Tape For Your Friends is hitting Sunbar on December 13th.With support from Cafe Caderas, Guilty, and META, be sure to grab tickets here to get down and groovy to some of the most cohesive, yet diverse collection of sound.

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Connect with Hermitude: Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

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