Distinctive trio KARMACODA has released a remix of their single ‘Time Flies’ via Sola Musa Music. The remix has been premiered by House Music With Love. The original track, which featured on their latest LP Lessons In Time, was remixed by American musician E39 and follows his rework of ‘Dare’, adding to the band’s list of official remixes at the hands of notable artists, including the likes of Extrawelt, Sailor & I, Lycoriscoris, KRONO, and Birds Of The West. These remixes received support from Dancing Astronaut, Magnetic Mag, Stereofox, Electronic Groove, HMWL, EDM Identity, FAZE Magazine, and Decoded Mag.
Both KARMACODA’s original music and remixes received spins on NPR Music. Their original music has aired on Irish National radio RTÉ 2XM with Dan Hegarty and earned support and compliments from numerous tastemaker magazines including CLASH Magazine, Wonderland Magazine, NOTION Magazine, Magnetic Mag, Hotpress, Metal Magazine, Medium, Backseat Mafia, CelebMix, Son Of Marketing, and VENTS Magazine, among others.
Based in San Francisco, USA, KARMACODA is comprised of Jessica Ford (vocals), Brett Crockett (aka B. on vocals and producer) and Japanese-American multi-instrumentalist Eric Matsuno (bass and other unique elements). The trio’s sound has been compared to a unique mix of Paloma Faith, Adele, and Pixie Lott.
The track offers a warmth closely associated with KARMACODA’s smooth and sultry sound. Pleasantly rich, the dance remix retains some of that ineffable quality that makes the band recognisable. Jess shares her excitement: “E39 has produced my favorite remixes for KARMACODA, so when he said ‘yes’ to remixing 'Time Flies' I told B, ‘we’ve got to jump at the chance!’ It is exactly what I hoped for. You will move, you'll head bob, it's a bop! So good.”
As a remixer and producer, Peter Tanico, also known as E39, has been a DJ in NYC since the mid-’80s, mixing cutting-edge dance music into extended club performances under the moniker DJ Peter T. His passion is music production and remixing, where he strives to perfect his skills, creating works comparable to the likes of Rüfüs Du Sol, Armand Van Helden, and Mark Knight.