Premiere: Hear Trus’me Remix Alan Fitzpatrick’s “Tribe”
'Tribe' will arrive via Whistleblower on October 12, backed by remixes from Trus'me and Chips Jack.
Alan Fitzpatrick will release his first solo EP for Whistleblower—the label he founded with Reset Robot and Rhymos—on October 12.
Following up hugely successful EPs on Adam Beyer’s Drumcode and Scuba’s Hotflush Recordings, and not to mention his 2014 club-storming remix of Trus’me‘s “I Want You,” Fitzpatrick returns with his latest single, “Tribe,” a gorgeous and uplifting slice of dancefloor-focused brilliance. Not to stand alone, “Tribe” lands backed by two remixes, one from Portsmouth producer Chips Jack, and the other from Prime Numbers label head, Trus’me, who seems to create a certain magic when collaborating with the UK techno maven. For his rework, Trus’me morphs the more euphoric and synth-led original into a heads-down, tribalistic drum workout. Bookended by its gritty drum loop, the track consistently wobbles forward, propelled further along to its seven-minute finish by a driving and squelchy analogue bassline and synth.
Ahead of the October 12 release date, Trus’me’s remix of “Tribe” is streaming in full below.