First Track From The Upcoming
Satellites Remixed Album
|Electronic-Rock artist/producer Celldweller drops a remix of one of the most popular tracks from Satellites; “Electric Eye.” The remix comes courtesy of prolific Drum & Bass producer Prolix.
The original Drum & Bass single reaches new heights in Prolix‘s talented hands. Folding elements of Drum & Bass, Breakbeat, and EDM, the remix takes on a darker more aggressive tone. The intense distorted melodic and vocal hooks stretch over aggressive synthesizers and rhythmic guitars keeping the futuristic spirit of the original but adding a more menacing edge. “Electric Eye” (Prolix Remix) is the first single to materialize ahead of the upcoming Satellites Remix album.
Pioneering the sound of Future Rock for over 20 years, Celldweller has inspired tens of millions of listeners across a global community of fans, content creators, and brands with 500,000,000+ streams and hundreds of placements in major Films, TV shows, and Video Games. Celldweller’s discography includes the self-titled Celldweller album in 2003, Wish Upon A Blackstar in 2012, End of an Empire in 2015, and Offworld in 2017, with his 5th studio album Satellites, released Oct 14, 2022
Klayton, the multifaceted producer behind Celldweller and owner/founder of the independent record label FiXT, has garnered an intense cult following across his projects Celldweller, Scandroid, Circle of Dust, and FreqGen. Klayton is also respected and sought after in the media industry with his music appearing in hundreds of major Film / TV & Video Games, such as Westworld, Suicide Squad, Jack Reacher, Deadpool, Lucy, John Wick, Robocop, Pacific Rim, Killer Instinct Season 3, Now You See Me, Dead Rising 3, Call of Duty: Elite, Assassin’s Creed, UFC & more.
Prolix will be a familiar name to most hardened Drum and Bass heads, with a back catalog that has seen releases on some of the most prolific and respected labels in the industry such as RAM, Playaz & Ganja Tek, VISION, Blackout, Renegade Hardware, Metalheadz, Viper, Virus, OWSLA/MTA and Shogun Audio. His unique style of production has achieved international recognition filling Prolix with the courage he needed to establish his own imprint in 2011; cue the birth of the mighty Trendkill Records. As his reputation has grown, Prolix has found himself collaborating with an array of top artists from across the genre such as Noisia, Misanthrop, and Icicle, as well as remixing the likes of Celldweller, Chase & Status, Ed Rush and Optical, and Black Sun Empire. Prolix is on track to becoming one of the biggest artists in the scene.
“Electric Eye” (Prolix Remix) is available now from FiXT.