Los Angeles, CA – London based Electronic Music producers House Medicine are proud to offer their latest single for 2012 featuring tube-busker Kirsty McClure’s underground smash Diamond Rain. Re-mixing Kirsty’s original work, performed under the name Sad Missile, House Medicine has elevated Kirsty’s status from echoing through the tubes of the London Underground to pumping through the speakers of some of the city’s hippest dance clubs.
In a world where independent musicians speak with a unique voice that often gets overlooked on FM Radio for the latest Lady Ga Ga single; a dance network that worships the drive of Dubstep and House Music has found a distinctive voice of it’s own. Meet House Medicine, a collaborative work featuring two of London’s top platter spinners and electronic music producers.
House Medicine features veteran EM producer and performer Myle High with songwriter, performer and producer Mr. Skymann. Since teaming up in 2009, the duo has merged their respective careers and performed for thousands of eager young club-goers looking to dance and feel the nightlife through the power of music. Adding Sad Missile to the mix has simply been the effect of destiny on their craft.
Dubstep and Electronic Music is an art meant to enhance the experience of dancing, feeling your heartbeat and releasing the inhibitions of life just long enough to respond to the music on the dance floor. It’s an experience that, for the most part, has to be taken in live and in person. House Medicine has captured that passion with their re-mix single of Diamond Rain.
The group states, “We wanted to grab the full meaning of singing for the love of singing rather than trying to create a work for money.” It’s hard to conceive how one would capture the moment that a live performance offers, but the band has achieved just that with Diamond Rain.
US radio has responded to this type of re-mixing with artists like Eminem. His one-off single that mixed Dido’s track ‘Thank You’ with his original lyrics helped elevate the concept of re-mixing into modern FM radio. While more of today’s artists have dabbled in the style of adding hit singles to their work, House Medicine has gone beyond just sampling. Their re-mix stands out as an original work, featuring Sad Missile’s entrancing vocal sound with the familiar flavor of house-electronica that has made them a mainstay on the club scene. It is simply the right blend of hi-hats, bass beats and snare hits that make it the perfect mix.
Destined to spin alongside the top tracks in dance clubs worldwide, fans of the sound can find the song, alongside information about House Medicine at http://www.housemedicinemusic.com/ The website offers contact information and the latest sounds the group has produced.
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