Back in April, alt-R&B singer MacKenzie made his grand entrance into The DJBooth with Can We Die, a single which won a staggering 4.7-star average rating from our readership. Improving on that kind of greatness is a tall order but Stro Elliot thinks he just might be up to the task. Whereas the original had an ‘80s-informed throwback feel, the Procussions member’s rendition of the record feels more contemporary, featuring glossy synth chords interweaved with robotic buzzes and whirs. This revamp isn’t attached to a larger set, but fans can find its prototype on MacKenzie’s debut EP, Introverted Rebellion, downloadable now via The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 06/13/14
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"Can We Die" (2014)
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