Let su na's Tranquil Remix of BASECAMP's "esc" Soothe Your Soul

Hold out for his signature drop.

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su na has been revealed as the next artist to take on Nashville trio BASECAMP‘s banger “esc.” Following in the footsteps of Swindail, josh pan and X&G, the Minneapolis-based producer switches it up only slightly on the pace and palette, maintaining the floating quality of the original while still adding a sprawling new drop and an extra dose of adventurous synth and vocal tandems. su na included a brief description with the upload:

“I stretched “esc” into this evolving piece that eventually lands in a drum-forward groove, filled with syncopation, playing off the rhythm of the original.”

Stream the remix below.

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