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Hiroshi Watanabe Remixes Sex Of Insects' 'I'm Full'

Sex Of Insects  have just shared their summer anthem, “I’m Full (Hiroshi Watanabe Remix)” via Ylotana Music.

Formed in May 2016 by guitarist, Anatoly Ylotana (Ylotana Project) and including Alexandra Bartashevich (Vocals) and Roman Korablove (Rhythm), Sex Of Insects career highlights include playing at the Gazgolder Club (Moscow), working with Sid le Rock, Luke vB & Hiroshi Watanabe.

After meeting Alexandra Bartashevich, Anatoly knew that the project had found itself a new image thanks to her talented and original performance. Anatoly met with Roman Korablove shortly after the disappearance of their original Rhythm producer and has since been helping guide the band into a completely new sound. At its core lies a complete improvisation of guitar sounds and vocals mixed with some vibrant electronic grooves. Guaranteed uniqueness with an almost complete absence of synthesisers. Anatoly lists their influences as Frank Zappa, Led Zeppilin, Black Sabbath and more recently Underworld, Daft Punk and Danny Tinaglia.

Japanese producer, Hiroshi Watanabe aka KAITO's take on the original, uses the vocal flairs from Alexandra Bartashevich throughout his remix to embellish the use the old school Acid House leads and beautiful string sections. Groove-laced, progressive elements continuously move and entangle throughout to keep the listener waiting for more.

Have a listen:

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