PREMIERE: Tisoki Adds Spine-Chilling Intensity To Zeds Dead & MLKA's 'Alive' – FUXWITHIT

Tisoki is an artist in the electronic music scene that undeniably deserves every bit of success that comes his way. Grinding on his craft for nearly a decade, the British producer has never really confined himself to genres, often leaning towards bass music but always finding ways to innovate in an often-saturated industry. From releases on elite labels such as Never Say Die and Monstercat, to collaborations with and remixes for some of the biggest names in the game, Tisoki continuously finds ways to keep his creations refreshing, exciting and meaningful. Coming off his most extensive work to date, namely his incredibly versatile 01953 album, the talented artist has not dared step on the brakes, with a remix for MUST DIE! and Virtual Self and a collaboration with Benda coming in the last couple of months.

Today, we have the extreme pleasure of premiering Tisoki’s latest concoction; a remix for Zeds Dead and MLKA’s summer-jam ‘Alive.’ Released in June to give fans a taste of summer through its warm grooves and danceable melody, ‘Alive’ recently received a second life through an official music video, and a remix pack featuring a handful of versatile artists is now set to release on Friday.

Tisoki’s take on ‘Alive’ almost feels like an extension of the style he developed and mastered in his latest album, with rhythmic percussion and clean vocal chops giving the song a newfound energy. The heartwarming feelings induced in the original are present throughout Tisoki’s rendition, as the main melody and chorus remain intact. However, the skilled producer ups the tempo, complexity and club-appeal of the track with his signature flair, blurring the lines between house and future bass. Don’t miss Tisoki’s remix of ‘Alive’ below.