Little Jinder is a young woman from Stockholm. She began honing her voice and New Order-y sound at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. I can’t imagine she really needed the degree. Her voice is mesmerizing, and whether it comes at you hard and fast or soft and slow, you’re sure to step back for a second and admire its youthful beauty.
It should come as no surprise that her work was quickly picked up for remixes by big and small names alike. One of these happens to be my favorite 12th Planet production – a remix of ‘Youth Blood’ he did with Flinch awhile back. It is an engaging and nice-sounding dubstep track; it weaves Jinder’s soft voice and the wubs of dub into a half chilled out half heavy production in the style of all those crazy Bar9 remixes.
But what I really want to talk about in this post is Drop the Lime’s remix of Eat my Fears. While this guy normally produces incredible EDM, this mix is nothing near the genre of the electronic dance. It’s more indie electronic than anything else, and its done damn well. The 7+ minute track takes you on a journey through dream-space with almost-complex drum patterns that perfectly compliment and highlight Jinder’s beautifully sad vocals in such a pretty way that you won’t be able to sleep after listening. Be sure to listen closely to the lyrics as your head hits the pillow – they’re equally as hypnotic as the production. If you aren’t understanding what I’m saying, thankfully some adventurous Youtube uploader has put my words into film – check out the unofficial music video on Metrojolt’s Electronic Channel on Cull.tv. (Unfortunately for all of us, you’ll have to buy this one, no free DL slackers).
I’ve included a few others here – the Coralcola remix of Polyhedron is another unique dream-like track that you should be sure not to skip over, and the Myd remix is just plain wacky. Enjoy!