The Cities Are Built with Tech-House Roots

Oh my gentle Jesus does this remix beat. Karma Fields premiered the original on the Monstercat label and now the remixes are flooding in. Fellow label-mate Rootkit takes the original and drops a huge tech house beat into the original that is perfect for that late night playlist you’ve been dying to get down too. Click play and get your shuffling shoes on, you’re going to need them.

Karma Fields- Build The Cities (Rootkit Remix)

The intense buildup with Kerli’s soaring vocals grips your heart before the Norwegian producer incorporates a head-bobbing, foot-shuffling tech house beat for everyone to enjoy. While the original progressively gets more intense with each passing second, Rootkit wastes no time in creating a club ready remix that I hope to hear in the near future. If you’re a tech house fan or are one of those people that wonder what’s so great about the genre… you are going to want to listen to this.

Rootkit, or Kashif as he is known to his peers, didn’t come from a serious musical background as some of the artists we see today. Not even being 20 yet, he taught himself the tricks of the trade, tinkering away on the programs we all know and love, FL Studio and Ableton. Realizing the passion he has for the music and a relentless work ethic, he chose to be a part of the Monstercat family, striving to become a force to be reckoned with in the electronic genre. If he keeps on producing songs like this remix, I’d say he’s on his way to having a great career.

Listen to the tune above and show him some love in the comments below. Check out his SoundCloud for his latest tracks along with his Facebook and Twitter for all his latest happenings. The remix album is available for pre-order from Bandcamp including remixes from Project 46 and Kastle. If you can stop dancing for a second, make sure to drop the song a like also.

Alex Zimmerman

Alex Zimmerman

Writer/Contributor
Music has always been a passion of mine, being the kid trying to find the latest music to listen to. In college, I was exposed to Emalkay's "When I Look At You" and EDM quickly became my favorite genre. I hope to show people through writing what EDM has done to me and hope I can help people discover the beauty that is EDM.
Alex Zimmerman
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