When we fall in love with a particular song, we play it on repeat until we’re burnt out or find a new version. This week as we dig around in the indie world we come across a brand new GOLDHOUSE remix of Gillian Heidi’s “Desperate”. Gillian may have first graced our shores back in June with her previous single “static“, but Gillian has already been busy making waves in her music ecosystem. Hailing from the Boston area, Gillian is another musician that is determined to not hide behind grand productions and make the heavily manufactured pop music that plays effortlessly on the radio. Regardless of what instrument she’s busy performing behind, Gillian wants to use music to tell her own truths, regardless of how raw they end of being. Tackling subjects like a relationship crumbling under her feet or struggling with addictions, she wants to tell it all. She may be early in her career, but Gillian has a clear path in mind for the future.
We have been following the early stages of Gillian Heidi’s career for quite some time and we are thrilled to see her branching out into unfamiliar territory with one of our favorite tracks. We fell for “Desperate” due to the track’s indie electropop and atmospheric style, but this GOLDHOUSE remix puts the song in an entirely different category for us. Now fully in our neck of the woods, GOLDHOUSE takes “Desperate” and strips the song of its modern RnB elements, providing a fresh look at the track as a whole. Now with the added GOLDHOUSE touch, this “Desperate” remix s now primed and ready to blend completely into the club scene.
Need more Gillian? Follow on socials!
Also, we now have a Discord! Feel free to join the community, and if you have singles you want us to feature you can connect with us there!
Who am I? Just some guy who decided to start writing on the Internet years ago and now operates his own brand and site. Owner/Operator of Modern Neon Media, I make all kinds of niche content to suit my interests at the time. DIY Enthusiast, Brewmaster extraordinaire, and avid freak for geek culture. Follow on my socials for a more “on” version of me.