Go Freek really handled business when they unleashed their stick-and-move debut on Insomniac Records, “Call Out.” Drenched in their signature gutter-tech style, the tune has been an apogee in their sets since it hit shelves in July. They rinsed it to outstanding reactions while on the road for the single’s coinciding North American tour. As they barrel through new dates spread across Australia and New Zealand, the Aussie duo recruits a crew of MVPs for a remix package that brings the same degree of fresh thinking the two gents crammed into the original.
“We went all out on this remix package, and the results speak for themselves,” Go Freek tells Insomniac. “Billy Kenny, Stranger, Taiki Nulight, and Worthy are all artists that we draw inspiration from in our own productions, so having them put their own spin on ‘Call Out’ was a dream come true for us.”
There’s a whole lot to love on the EP. Billy Kenny is up first, pushing the piece in a heavily bobbing direction that knocks with extreme authority. Stranger sneaks up with a fat, whirring beat made from shadowy tones and zipping basslines. Taking the ominous route is Taiki Nulight, who squeezes in a head-ringing lead and buzzing bottom-end. Turning over the last offering is the percussive-driven take by Worthy; it rides on his sly smoothness the whole way through. The only problem with the package is trying to pick out a favorite.
The Go Freek Call Out EP available here.