Âme remixes debut single of mOat’s ‘Paradise’


When an emerging act receives highly coveted remix support from one of the industry’s most in-demand acts, you know you’re on to something. mOat secured a rendition of ‘Paradise‘ by German duo Âme for their debut single, which has already been picked up by A-list artists such as Fideles, Kevin de Vries, Eelke Kleijn, Fur Coat, Nic Fanciulli, Richie Hawtin, Joris Voorn, Gai Barone, and more.

German duo Âme takes control of the dance floor with their take on mOat’s ‘Paradise,’ showcasing their lauded production aesthetic. Helmed by an edgy offbeat bassline, organ-like synths, and a near-utopian vocal presence, this remix is a blissful soundscape just begging to be explored.

MOat’s ‘Paradise’ made us reminisce about the sound we had when we started working together. We’ve enjoyed our fair share of disco, the ‘80s, and new wave, and these influences form the essence of our remix. – Âme

With their club-conquering single ‘Rej’ in 2005, the German duo of Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer have evolved continuously since, challenging club-goers’ expectations with their conceptually driven and thoroughly visceral music. The duo is also known for creating emotional anthems, such as their cinematic single ‘Tatischeff’ and their glowing, nearly ubiquitous remix of ‘Howling.’ The members of me frequently perform separately, with Beyer on DJ duties and Wiedemann performing live sets, though recent me II me gigs have seen them blur the lines between those formats. Me and Dixon are also co-founders of the multi-faceted Innervisions label/collective, which fosters the future of house music through carefully curated releases, all-encompassing live events, and their own boutique shop, all of which strengthen the bond between the artists and their fans.