After having some issues with SoundCloud’s mindless copyright infringement system, Canada’s Psychic Type was finally able to get his highly anticipated edit of Knife Party’s ‘Internet Friends VIP’ up on the web. While merely an edit, Psychic Type lays down a massive moombahton take on one of Knife Party’s most viral releases. Surely plenty of people have been beaten to the pulp with this release on the internet and at shows and festival, but Psychic Type comes from a new angle that adds a nice spice and bounce to the original that can alleviate any aversions to the hearing a new take on the original.
There’s nothing like a track that takes you straight back to your childhood. If you were a 90’s baby, who played any game console at the time (N64, gameboy, etc) and are now an ardent listener of electronic music, what Psychic Type recently put forth in his ‘Pocket Monsters’ release will be one of the most tasty fusions of your past with your present.
Recently, the Canadian music visionary dropped an incredibly creative creation taking one of the most staple game sounds of 90’s, the Pokemon theme, and morphed it into a massive trap anthem, polished off with samples like the Nintendo Gameboy startup sound, several vocals from Pokemon like Pikachu and Jigglypuff, and some Super Smash Bros characters and sounds that you’ll instantly recognize if you played that classic N64 cartridge. The track is a stroke of genius for anyone who will never forget that noises that filled the games of the past. Definitely be sure to give it a play and while you’re at it, check out his moombahcore remix of Figure’s ‘Must Destroy’. Enjoy!