Celebrating the year anniversary of his debut album Way Back When, Louis Futon just delivered three incredible new takes from Ian Ewing, Whereisalex, & weird inside.
Louis Futon is dead-set on letting the good times roll. Last year, the energetic producer dropped his debut album Way Back When, featuring exultant collabs with Ashe, Duckwrth, Reo Cragun, Anomalie and more. The producer also expanded his funk-friendly future-bass inspired sound to a full-band live show and followed up with a wavy collab with Party Pupils and TOBi. Today, Louis Futon dropped a remix EP for the album, featuring reimaginations from Ian Ewing, Whereisalex, & weird inside.
Ian Ewing flips the single “Surreal” with RKCB into a sultry smash, preserving the track’s original soulful style. Rising producer and animator weird inside‘s take on “68” delivers a warm and mellow instrumental take on the bouncy original with Ashe. Whereisalex closes out the EP with “All My Life”, playfully expanding the soulful and funky elements of the original across the stereo spectrum.