Kaskade Surfs the Cosmos on 'Fly Me to the Moon' Remix - Song Premiere

DJ-producer gives celestial touch to Astrud Gilberto recording

June 17, 2013 8:00 AM ET
Astrud Gilberto, 'Verve Remixed: The First Ladies'
Astrud Gilberto, 'Verve Remixed: The First Ladies'
Courtesy of Verve Records

The Verve Remixed series turns its attention to the ladies in its next iteration, featuring an all-women lineup for its upcoming collection Verve Remixed: The First Ladies. Here, Kaskade puts a celestial touch on Astrud Gilberto's recording of "Fly Me to the Moon." The DJ-producer wraps Gilberto's narcotic vocals over deep, cosmic grooves that erupt into a supernova of synths.

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Verve Remixed also features reworked tracks by Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone and Billie Holiday, with remixes by Bassnectar, Pretty Lights and Toro y Moi, among others. It's due July 16th.

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