Wow. Every way you look at it, NGHTMRE is simply dominating the game. From his recent collaboration with Dillon Francis to a fiery remix of RL Grime’s “Aurora,” the Los Angeles-based producer appears to be gaining further traction by the day. Now, he’s blown our minds once more.
This weekend, at CSUSB’s Peak Spring Concert, NGHTMRE played out an incredible performance to an enormous college crowd. During the set, while Party Favor stood alongside him, he dropped a brand new collaborative original track created with Flux Pavilion, called “Feel Your Love.”
The version played in San Bernadino, however, appears to be some sort of VIP or remix of the song’s original arrangement. During EDC Brazil in December of last year, Slander played out a different version of the same track. Other sources on the Internet have taken clips from NGHTMRE and Flux’s B2B in Miami’s Hanger 305, where the same version was played. Listen to it in the video below.
The new edition played out this weekend takes a harsher and (in my opinion) even more badass approach to the track, forcing listeners to headbang for a few counts before having the full onrush of the snare and screeching, metallic melody hit them. A clip of the new version can be listened to via a video uploaded by NGHTMRE himself to his Facebook page.
Check it out below, and wait patiently with us for the song to officially release.