Cassius’ Boombass Remixes “Don’t Let Me Be” in Tribute to Philippe Zdar: Listen


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Cassius’ Hubert “Boombass” Blanc-Francard has remixed the band’s “Don’t Let Me Be” in tribute to Philippe “Zdar” Cerboneschi, who died in June. Boombass used the moniker “Brozeur” for the remix to honor his “brother” Zdar. Listen to “Don’t Let Me Be (Brozeur Remix)” below; scroll down for Boombass’ statement.

Read “9 Philippe Zdar Records That Defined the French House Savant’s Signature Sound” on the Pitch.

Hubert “Boombass” Blanc-Francard:

This variation of “Don’t Let Me Be,” a single extract from our latest
/ last LP
, has
been imagined by the both of us in June, 2019.

We made it for Boomerang, a French program on France Inter. They
asked us to create a different version of the original track. We
imagined something with Philippe, a new music, two days before the
recording of the show, and Owlle joined us and sang on this new
version of the track during the recording of the program.

After my siamese twin’s death, I really needed to re-imagine this
track, to work on it again.

The “Brozeurs” appellation is not used for anybody. And it is now used
for my brother Philippe.

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