Type to search

Music News

Claptone announces Skream & Gene Farris remixes of ‘Zero’


Claptone the DJ, producer and international man of mystery has finally dropped some long-awaited new music, titled ‘Zero’.

He has invited two of the world’s most in-demand artists to remix his original, Skream and Chicago legend, Gene Farris. The remixes are set for release, Today, April 1st via Different Recordings.

The diverse and dynamic Skream is regarded as one of the most influential producers & DJs in contemporary electronic music, he has carved himself a momentous path since the early 2000s. The last 20 years have seen Oliver Jones aka Skream released on a variety of labels such as Tempa, Hot Creations, Warner, Ministry Of Sound, Colombia as Magnetic Man, his own imprint ‘Of Unsound Mind‘ and many many more. His remix of Claptone’s ‘Zero’ takes on a progressive House touch, layered with floating synth and tension-packed crescendos.

Gene Farris has remained at the forefront of House music, representing the esteemed Chicago House scene for over 30 years and continues to push the boundaries for the genre, moving effortlessly between all shades of House and Techno. Putting his distinct spin on Claptone’s original, Farris takes aim firmly at the dancefloor with driving House beats, flutes and metallic synths decorated with the original vocal.

Making the most out of a year void of a busy touring schedule, Claptone’s long studio sessions have amassed some exciting new original material for 2021. ‘Zero’ is the first single to follow his most recently celebrated Ibiza summer hit ‘Drop The Pressure’ as well as remixes for Pop Stars such as Ava Max, Dua Lipa, Michael Kiwanuka and Mark Ronson.

‘Zero’ is a dancefloor statement for Claptone’s 2021; helping us explore an accomplished and mysterious musical character. Claptone – ‘Zero’ (Skream & Gene Farris Remixes) Out April 1st via Different Recordings, you can Listen to the ‘Zero’ Remixes here

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

  • 1

You Might also Like