‘Sakura Chill Beats’ returns to the release radar with yet another new remix from highly venerated French talent RetroVision. This time around, the DJ/producer follows up his previous rework of the peggies’ ‘Ashiato -Footprints-’ from the tail end of last month with a brand new reimagining of the critically acclaimed, hit anime series’ Masahiro no Oto’s ending theme, ‘Kono Yume Ga Sameru Made’ by Miliyah Kato and The Yoshida Brothers.
The new addition to SONY Music Japan’s recently-rebranded YouTube channel serves as its eighth episode, and directly follows Outr3ach’s remix of the anime’s opening theme, BURNOUT SYNDROMES’ ‘BLIZZARD’. It also follows up previous ones that saw Slushii, Corsak, James Landino, Tokyo Machine, and Half an Orange reimagine themes from My Hero Academia, Naruto, Boruto, and Beastars. Out now via SONY Music Japan, RetroVision’s remix of Miliyah Kato and The Yoshida Brothers‘ ‘Kono Yume Ga Sameru Made’ is available to listen to across all streaming platforms.
The new rework begins with the introduction of light instrumentation into its sonic space, quickly accompanied by a palpably raw rising tension. The buildup gets larger in scope with each passing second due to The Yoshida Brother’s highly impressive, vigorous playing of the shamisen, and is eventually released in full force via several hefty bass drops. The ancient, feudal Japan ambiance is audibly kept throughout its entirety, and is complemented by its newfound electro-house sensibilities courtesy of RetroVision. Miliyah Kato’s flowing vocal soars throughout the track, and serves as a perfect addition to its newly-instilled electronic dance music flair. In all, the latest offering to come out of the ‘Sakura Chill Beats’ YouTube is a prime addition to the channel, and once again highlights the French stalwart’s inimitably remarkable skills in the studio.
To go beyond the ‘Sakura Chill Beats’ YouTube, be sure to check out the channel’s weekly updated official Spotify playlist featuring curated selections from the remixer and original artists. This week, immerse yourself in sounds hand-selected by RetroVision himself.