It’s summer time and there’s nothing better than finding the right music to be the soundtrack to your summer, especially the latest remix from CAPYAC for Ishi’s single “Good Goody” ft. Cure For Paranoia & Rudy Devino.
CAPYAC is a surreal dance act with as much Berlin/Detroit/French electronic influences as jazz, funk and the swirl of modern genres mixed in. Started in Austin, TX with a consortium of collaborators, the founding duo is now based in Los Angeles, CA regularly featuring guest vocalists, dance troupes, and fish mongers to elate and enlighten. They have a knack for finding the perfect groove and seamlessly making music that can’t help but make you want to move.
CAPYAC’s remix of Ishi’s “Goody Goody” is groovy to the core, a beautiful combination of jazz, funk, and hip-hop with feel-good melodies. CAPYAC explains:
“We decided, in the tremendous silence of an early summer evening, to remix a song by Dallas musician Ishi. After various attempts at transmutation, in our normal style of our CAPYAC remixes, we decided a scrambled egg approach fit best. The 2nd verse became the first, first verse became the bridge, each chapter of the song harking back to that musical egg we all know and love. We brought in Rudi Devino, a long time collaborator based in Austin to add some words to the mix. And in a matter of a few days, we finished the remix and continued our slow walk toward that magnificent and terrifying unknown we call ‘the incessant demand for consistency in the mechanical teeth of Spotify’s relevancy incinerator.’”
No doubt they’ve landed yet another stellar remix and out just in time for summer! Stream the CAPYAC remix to Ishi’s “Goody Goody” below!