A Deep Dive: Ame’s Remix Rampage

Published on Wednesday 10 August 2022

We dive into five Âme remixes from the year so far to get us warmed up for their return on 28th August, hosted by our friends from Labyrinth.

Looking at Âme's stacked back catalogue. it's easy to see why Âme garners an acclaimed status as forward-thinking producer worldwide. While their own productions seep into progressive house and indie dance, Âme remixes offer an insight into their more explorative side. Mutating the stems of tracks produced by the legendary Solomun to genre-bending duo Lea Porcelain, Âme approach each remix with style, honouring each artist's work no matter their genre.


Lea Porcelain' Pool Song' – Âme Remix
Poolside listening. Step into Âme's electro-pop underworld, brimming with glistening chords and soft percussion. Initially produced by Berlin-based duo Julien Bracht and singer Markus Nikolaus, and released on their eponymous label, Âme's remix offer a gorgeous, heart-tugging tune that's perfect for summery days outside.

Solomun 'Out of Focus (feat. Zoot Woman)' — Âme Remix
Released on Solomun's label NINL, Âme's remix of 'Out Of Focus' offers sultry vocals paired with a chugging kickdrum, twisted up with a touch of Âme magic with sweeping sound design and delicate sound FX. Dreamy but moody.

Rhye' Black Rain' — Âme Remix
Also known as Mike Milosh, Canadian producer Rhye makes electronica with flavours of soul and funk. Âme's remix of his spirited track 'Black Rain' via Genevieve Medow-Jenkins imprint Secular Sabbath serves an intense mood. It's a ghostly, glorious and spelling-binding track that stays with you long after listening.

Jimmy Somerville, Scratch Massive 'Take me there (feat. Jimmy Somerville)' — Âme Remix
Featuring the haunting vocals of Jimmy Somerville, Âme conjure a dark soundscape by weaving obscure percussive clips with a winding melody while the distant thud of kickdrum burbles beneath the surface. Enchanting with a sinister tint, sitting on the shelves of Global Underground's catalogue.

mOat 'Paradise' — Âme Extended Remix
We're in melodic techno territory. Stitching tingling chords between a bouncy bassline, Âme create an ideal closing track that works in a packed-out warehouse or an intimate basement. One of the many reasons we love Âme—they've got every situation covered.