Cooly G. Remixes Badlands Track “Bury You Whole”

Hyperdub artist Cooly G is the next to join the Badlands remix project, where Catharina Jaunviksna has asked friends and like minded artists to take a track each off her latest album, Call To Love, and remix it. The project is a journey through Kraut, Hip-Hop, Electronica, Dub, Psychedelia, House and Italo. Cooly G’s remix of “Bury You Whole” is the fourth in the series, following Art Feynman, Odd Nosdam, and Jape.

Badlands explains:

This remix project is my lofi hommage, a way of bringing some of my favorite self-made producers together in a bouquet of Badlands interpretations…I’ve purposely asked people with widely different and distinct sounds. People that inspire me. I was an early Hyperdub fan, and discovered Cooly G when “Wait til night came out” in 2014. Even though we’ve developed in very different directions since, I still feel a strong connection to her music.

The remixes from Call To Love will keep arriving and will be gathered in a compilation later this year.

More about Cooly G:

Merrisa Campbell, known professionally as Cooly G, is a British DJ and producer known for her unique blend of UK garage, dubstep, and R&B. Born in Brixton in 1983, she debuted in 2009 with the single “Narst” on Hyperdub followed by the albums Playin’ Me in 2012 and Wait ‘Til Night in 2014. She has since released several EP’s and singles, incl. collaborations with notable artists such as Scratcha DVA and Karizma, and is considered an important and influential figure on the UK music underground scene. In addition to her work as a producer, Cooly G performs regularly as a DJ at venues worldwide, including the legendary Fabric nightclub in London, and has been nominated for awards such as the Mercury Prize and DJ Magazine’s Best of British Awards.

More about Badlands:

Swedish producer, composer and sound designer Catharina Jaunviksna has been operating under the pseudonym of Badlands on and off since 2011, under which she makes lush hyperbolic tracks from a wide palette of inspiration; stretching from post-punk and shoegaze, to electro and gritty techno.

She has earned support from acclaimed DJ’s such as Avalon Emerson & Mathew Dear, and outlets like NPR all music, BBC6, KEXP, SPIN, FLOOD Mag. She is the founder of the electronic record label, arts platform and production company RITE, from where she also makes original music and sound designs for film and theater, transboundary arts and documentary, as well as production, mix/remix work and collaborations with other labels and artists. On new album Call to Love (a follow-up to 2021’s acclaimed Djinn) she explores the brutality of love in her own unmistakable way through analog electronics, sampling and organic orchestration.