Midnight Kids Take On Porter Robinson With Brand New “Say My Name” Remix

Midnight Kids scored big with their recent “Serious” collab with EDM vocal legend Matthew Koma. Today, the duo takes on one of the most legendary names in the game. That’s right. The Midnight Kids have decided to take on Porter Robinson, and one of his biggest, most classic tracks gets the remix treatment.

Dylan Lee & Kyle Girard go a little bolder for this remix, turning even the super synth-heavy original up another few levels. They’re known for their more chill, Dance-Pop/Tropical edits, but today they crank Porter’s “Say My Name” up to eleven with a brand new complextro take. Fun fact about Dylan of the duo–he’s Tommy Lee’s son. Enjoy their new remix below and check out what they had to say about the inspiration behind the remix under the embed.

 

Porter Robinson changed the way we look at making music. He’s a huge inspiration to both of us. ‘Say My Name’ was a record that we listened to nonstop when it came out. It was a record that really changed a lot for us individually. For me (Dylan) it was a huge part of the reason why I fell in love with dance music. And for me (Kyle) it was one of the first songs that got me into the house/complextro genre, something that heavily influences the music I make today. Without this record coming out things could have been different for us. With all that being said, we thought it would be a great idea to put our own spin on it and give it to you guys as a gift for everything you all have done for us. Thank you for being part of our journey. Hope you enjoy the remix, and love you all.

                                                                                                                  – Midnight Kids

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