Melbourne-based Sweetland just received a remix from fellow Aussies Human Movement, another track that showcases why the duo of Blake Gilray and Edward Macdonald (Human Movement) are set for big things in the dance music scene. Drawing inspiration from the music of Dirtybird Records and Oliver Huntemann, their influences show through their productions, while establishing a sound that is truly their own.

This remix comes complete with the deep and dark techno sounds they have exhibited in tracks like "Shake" (which amassed over 50,000 plays on their Soundcloud in just one month) and "Paradise." Human Movement talked about their approach to the remix, saying, "We loved the original so it was hard to make it better. We decided to almost treat it like a original track. We wanted our baseline to be prominent and really drive the song and have Sweetland’s elements weave in and out of the track.”

This track is just a small taste of the music that will be coming our way in 2015. The duo is getting set to release their first full EP, and if their work thus far is any indication, it is going to be a release that puts Human Movement on your map (if they aren't already). Stay tuned for more music and release information on the EP to come soon, and download their remix of Sweetland's "Solanum" on iTunes via Stoney Roads Records.