InFiction has released their latest signature remix featuring hit song from Billboard Chart-topper Katy Perry. The dubstep version of KP's "Wide Awake" is the newest addition of InFiction exclusives. You can listen to the track on their SoundCl
January 8, 2013 (Newswire.com) - EDM Producers Offer 'Wide Awake' Dubstep Remix
InFiction has released their latest signature remix featuring hit song from Billboard Chart-topper Katy Perry. The dubstep version of KP's "Wide Awake" is the newest addition of InFiction exclusives. You can listen to the track on their SoundCloud at www.soundcloud.com/infiction-dance.
Full of synths and thumping basslines the dance version has been well received by fans and further solidifies InFiction's versatility.
Channeling their love for House music the Los Angeles producers are no strangers to creating tunes based on conceptual themes. Collectively known as InFiction, Dan Asma and Doran Oppenheimer specialize in edgy theatrical remixes and melodies crafted for the dance floor.
Two of their most popular remixes David Bowie's 'Let's Dance' and The Killers' 'Human' are still fan favorites and have also been highlighted in EDM blogs.
A new era of progressive house has landed in the world of electronic dance music. This experimental mix of theatrical themes, rhythmic beats and other instrumentation are a few things that set Los Angeles based EDM production duo InFiction apart from the rest.
A collaboration between Dan Asma and Doran Oppenheimer, InFiction are tightly focused on creating original electronic dance music influenced by their backgrounds as film editors and producers. They have composed music for films such as Black Swan, Wrath of the Titans, The Darkest Hour, The Mist, Halloween, The Last Exorcism, Superman Returns, Disturbia, and The Thing.
Progressive house enthusiasts, InFiction's beats are often very minimal but remixes of tracks such as 'Let's Dance' originally by David Bowie and 'Human' by The Killers makes for a stylish sound.
The outfit's huge driving treble sounds, big beats and often trance-style synths have made them regulars in Los Angeles clubland. They have had numerous plays on Paul Oakenfold 's Planet Perfecto and they are now looking forward to capturing the ears of an International audience.
Official website: www.infictionmusic.com