Elishah is back with Remix Sessions!

Remix Sessions, from the band Elishah, was released on Sep. 18th, 2012. It contains 2012 dubstep remixes of songs from their 2009 full-length indie release, Nothing’s BrokenRemix Sessions is the first Elishah project that strays from the rock genre, and it’s an engaging departure.

For Remix Sessions, the band brought in producer Danny Stephens to handle synth and beat programming; Stephens worked alongside producer/engineer Ricky Rodriguez

(who has also lent his expertise to bands like Eleventyseven, 7 Miles, and Smalltown Poets)

to take tunes familiar to Elishah fans, and create a sound that not-so-subtly hints at the stylings of today’s popular dubstep and dance artists.

“We have great fans and friends. Even though we’re in the middle of recording our next full length rock album, we wanted to give them something new, different, and fun,” Jimmy says. Remix Sessions is all that. To quote one listener: “It’s like Elishah hooked up with Skrillex and Owl City to take some great songs and turn them into something you want to hear on the dance floor! I will be playing this over and over!”

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