Starting your Easter holidays the right way, two new remixes of Australia’s Eurovision 2019 entry have hatched! Kate Miller-Heidke has teamed up with 7th Heaven and Where It’s ATT to turn ‘Zero Gravity’ up to eleven for your playlists.
Zero Gravity gets new cosmic remixes
It’s getting to that time of the season where everyone has absorbed the lyrics and melodies of every 2019 entry, like inhaling chocolate eggs at Easter. So now is the time the DJs step forward to bring a fresh take on your favourite songs ready for the clubs of Europe during the pre-party season.
First up for ‘Zero Gravity’ was this piano-tinged house remix from Division 4. As can be seen from their SoundCloud profile, Kate Miller-Heidke is the latest Queen added to their pop diva catalogue of remixes.
Now we have two new remixes to bless the auditory senses for our long weekends and beyond. Firstly the kings of remixing, 7th Heaven, who are no stranger to the Eurovision world, have found their Queen. By teaming up with Kate they add to their impressive roster of next level bangers. Also continuing their affinity with Australia. With past remixes for Dami Im’s ‘Sound of Silence’, Isaiah’s ‘Don’t Come Easy’ and Jessica Mauboy’s ‘We Got Love’. Outside of Eurovision 7th Heaven are best known for their work remixing British pop icons such as Steps, Sugababes, The Saturdays and Jane McDonald. Most of their work can be found in the archives here.
Nothing holding this down from gliding into orbit. 7th Heaven maintains the core essence of ‘Zero Gravity’. However now there’s the comforting dance track beat fused into the complete melody. As well as some astral projection inducing synths and hint of 80s piano and clap beats, as Kate’s vocal and usual crescendo builds.
Where It’s ATT
For an additional treat this Easter to send us into a nightclub version of a sugar coma, we also have a remix from Where It’s ATT. The G-House DJ brothers Daniel and Isaac originally hail from Malta, but now reside in Sydney. Using their love of all things music they have developed a flair for combining G-House (Ghetto House) and dance music. With this their production has fusion elements from urban, dance, folk and all things in between. A full playlist of their archive can be found here.
This version of ‘Zero Gravity’ takes on a darker tone. Stripping out the perky dance beat production and replacing it with the G-House urban twist. Warping it into a late 90s British garage sound with the embellishments added to warp Kate’s vocals in the chorus. Both new remixes will surely appeal to clubbers and ravers alike in Euroclub this summer!
Are you in Zero Gravity? Which of Kate Miller-Heidke’s remixes do you prefer? Let us know in the comments and on social media @ESCXTRA