After touring in support of his new album widow [OBLIVION pt. 1], Crywolf just debuted mielo’s remix of “Drip,” the first from the OBLIVION [Reimagined] Series.
Crywolf’s sixteen-track studio album widow [OBLIVION PT. 1], released this past March, showcased the diverse creativity of the prodigious producer and multi-instrumentalist. Today, Crywolf announced the OBLIVION [REIMAGINED] series remix pack with Mielo’s fresh spin on the album’s top single “DRIP.”
Mielo, who recently joined Crywolf as support for a handful of dates on the OBLIVION tour, crafts euphoric soundscapes to complement the effort. The Chicago-based producer trades Crywolf’s toy pianos and scattered percussion for airy retro synths and full-bodied percussion. The reimagination of “DRIP” carries a completely different energy while still boasting the ethereal quality of Crywolf’s vocal arrangement. Impressively, Mielo preserves most of the vocal topline, building upon it with dreamy melodies and soundscapes.
Mielo is fresh off the release of his debut EP Anywhere But Here himself. Though the album release is still fresh in our minds, Crywolf is hard at work on widow [OBLIVION PT. 2], having relocated to Bali to continue writing for the album.