Swim – ‘Next To Me’ (Boeoes Kaelstigen remix)

yOjcEW7FtHNFOghimiDplh8YLmH0jXHdaemgUkcxea8The Swedish duo Swim have made quite the impression with their debut single ‘Next To Me’ and now our honored to share a wonderful remix of ‘Next To Me’ done by Swedish Grammy nominees and radio veterans Boeoes Kaelstigen.  The remix by Boesoes Kaelstigen takes Swim’s chillwave and pop electronic single and transforms it into a dance heavy minimal trance with added layering, deeper bass, and a darker sound.

If you haven’t heard the debut single by the duo from Malmö, Sweden, Swim, then you really need to check out their unique style of electro pop. The debut single ‘Next To Me’ is available to stream on Swim’s Soundcloud and is a remarkable first showing for the duo which can be hard to classify into any one genre, blending club friendly electronic percussive rhythms, vintage synth sounds, and captivating vocals into their own unique style. Swim has also recently released their debut EP on December 11th via With Love Recordings which is also titled ‘Next To Me’. Check out the single ‘Next To Me’ by Swim below:

With all the good hype around Swim right now it was no wonder that the debut single ‘Next To Me’ would have a remix done and no artists could have better translated the original into their own then Swedish group Boeoes Kaelstigen. Taking the duos dreamy pop sound and adding a DJ friendly twist with heavier dance beats and thicker bass layering the remix is an outstanding interpretation of the already amazing original song. Check out the ‘Next To Me’ remix done by Boeoes Kaelstigen below:

For more info and music from Swim and their debut EP Next To Me check out their iTunes, SpotifyDeezer, Facebook, and Twitter. Also check out the new remix by Boeoes Kaelstigen at their Spotify, Deezer, and iTunes. And for more info check out With Love Recordings Facebook and website.

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