Late Night Radio Puts His Spin on Break Science’s “Anthemy Mason”

Completely flipping the arrangement of the original track on its head, Colorado based multi-instrumentalist Late Night Radio, has released his remix of Break Science & Brasstracks’ collaboration, “Anthemy Mason.”

The original track compliments the styles of the two duos involved equally. Break Science provides the percussion and glitch-hop elements that they rode to prominence, while Ivan Jackson of Brasstracks takes care of the breakdowns with his signature trumpet lines. Add Late Night Radio’s electro-funk touch into the mix, and the result is a legendary conglomeration of five incredibly talented musicians.

“The easiest way to describe my music is, ‘electronic music for people who don’t really like electronic music. There’s hip­hop bass and beats, which keep it relevant. However, I’m taking it into new territory.” – Late Night Radio

Born Alex Medellin, Late Night Radio grew up studying piano and guitar, and began producing his own original music in 2014. The Late Night Radio project first starting gaining steam through Medellin’s emotionally charged and explosive live sets in the Denver underground scene. Late Night Radio drew the attention of many well-respected members of the live electronic community, including Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee of Break Science.