Is Supervision's Remix of Ishi's Lead Single Better Than Anything On The Ishi Album?
We've touched base a few times now on Digital Wounds, the long-awaited sophomore LP from Dallas' Ishi, and the gist of the bulk of that coverage basically says that the disc is an enjoyable enough, dance-inducing enough release that benefits from the fact that, this time around, the band's discarded the folk elements that hindered their debut.
But the unfortunate truth about the new LP is that, fine as it is, there's just no standout track on the album that compares to “Pastel Lights,” the uber-jam that largely carried that first release. Even the debut release's cheeky second fiddle, “Shake Your Dandelion,” outshines much, if not all, of the sophomore album's cuts.
Today, however, a new perspective on one of Ishi's newer cuts has us second-guessing that stance. This afternoon, the band released a new remix of its “Mother Prism” single, as envisioned by Dallas-bred and currently Denver-based Pretty Lights Music act SuperVision, which turns the passable nu disco-indebted into an all out electro freakout well worth a listen.
So do just that — give it a listen, or, hell, even a free download — in the below embed.