Down For The Under (Nickelson Remix) by Nickelson: Review
“Down For The Under” (Nickelson Remix) is a downtempo and deep house track originally by JK Mabry and The Maybes and perfectly remixed by Nickelson. The track is groovy as it incorporates some appealing beats and synthesizers. There are some elements of jazz as well, where the deep house genre is complemented. This is because the saxophone is played in certain bits and it is quite interesting to hear. Overall, the elements from the singing, and house music contributes to a fire melody that will make you move uncontrollably as soon as the beat drops.
Nickelson adds some insane bass arrangements on “Down For The Under”, the notes are quite remarkable. In its entirety, the main hook, which acts as its primary rhythm is a saxophone sequence. It is constantly played while the other synth and beats are played. There is a wonderful cohesion between each instrument. Since it’s electronic music, the instruments fade in and out, and various components are being played in different verses and choruses. Nonetheless, it sounds quite diverse and feels like a proper remix indeed. When the saxophone exits the verse and enters into a solo-filled extravaganza, it’ll cause eruptions in the atmosphere cause of the smooth musical explosion of its tone.
“Down For The Under” has some banger synth arrangements that just mix perfectly with the structure of the track. It’s just so darn tight that you can’t help but hear the song a few more times after it’s over. Also, to mix properly with the beat structure a shaker is also added which is a bit of a spicy sequence that has layered in perfectly with the track.
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Review by: Damien Reid