With a self-professed obsession with the mystical properties of astro-travel — to no surprise then, Aussie DJ, producer and artist, GEM (a.k.a., Gem McCormack), makes music with a sonic expression that seems to reflect that etheric nature of deep space.
Taken quickly from farm-life to the Grammys, McCormack has done some serious work, DJ’ing for Miami and NYC pride festivals, TED Talks in Sydney, and more.
Having released her debut full-length album, The 2070s, this year, GEM has recently released a remix to, Rich Girl, a reworking of the original 1976 hit by pop duo, Hall and Oates.
Blueprint club dynamics in rhythm, bass-line, vocals, synth and effects unite and culminate in a crisp and sassy overhaul of this classic piece.
This remix offers a slightly faster tempo than the original, and does so without losing any connection to the iconic original. All in all, it’s a clever reboot from a talented producer.
Avicii meets Taylor Swift…
BELOW: Listen to GEM’s new single, Rich Girl Remix, and connect with her website and social media platforms. Please support GEM by visiting her online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing her music, or attending a live show! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!