House Trio Club27’s Rendition of ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ is a Musical Pop-Culture Resurgence

The masters of modernistic house fusions and hybrids, Club27 is back with yet another genre-defining and zestful chronicle of one of the most celebrated alternative grunge hits of all time in pop-culture, ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’. It is almost beyond human creative liberties to think of a song everyone grew up listening to wear the cape of reformed notes of the sound of the future and brim with similar vivacity as the original one. The distinctive funk, rhythmic depth, linear arrangements, and technical electronica in the renewed ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ justifies and contradicts musical liberation through a conspicuous creative arena of undulating modulations.

Based out of Vienna, Austria, Club27‘s musical objectivity weaves the versatile shoes of Rainer C. Regatschnig, Wolfgang Lohr, and Justin Fidèle. The 1982 dance-pop hit ‘Putting On The Ritz’ was made into a modernist house sound by this dynamic trio which later calibrated into an album. Their resumption with the Rolling Stones hit ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ was another creative affair of house-glazed amalgams.

Currently tied to the production label of R&B Music, Club27 is already lining up for their third remix installment and together with the rest, an album might see the light of the day. It is really a matter of creative risk to experiment with timeless hits, but their prowess and artistic influences redefine the standards of music’s limitlessness like no other. Follow their work of cultural and musical formulation in an avant-garde configuration on Facebook and Instagram right away.

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