Bridge & Law, otherwise known as Lucas Ranalli, is an 18 year old from Toronto who’s been conjuring up some very creative interpretations of tracks. This McGill student’s remix of “Love Me Lots” is just one example. This track has an extremely unique intro that really grabs your attention. His “Love Me Lots” is extra catchy and almost piano-esque in its theme. It’s an awesome electronic track that emanates a sweet swaying feeling.
Bridge & Law’s twist on Foster the People‘s “Pumped Up Kicks” is also another success. It keeps much of the original track’s popular and recognizable chorus, but there’s a fantastically light and peppy addition to it. Bridge & Law provides more of a taste of his quirky interpretation with his own seamlessly incorporated melodies.
Now this guy is on another level. With his light, happy dance remixes above, you might not think he throws it down hard. Sike. Bridge & Law’s remix of Coldplay‘s “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall” is definitely something else. The intro of this track is sweet and dewey, but he finds a way to mix in some ridiculous dubstep drops right into it, and it works. This remix oscillates in and out of sweet and dirty in fun and unexpected ways.
While Bridge & Law has got quite the touch for remixes, he has an orignal track that stands out as well. His original mix “Games” is silky and smooth. The style seems so different from his remixes that it’s almost as if it’s another artist producing this track. You still get that hint of swaying perfection, but the toned down melodies and vocals put it in another interesting direction.