Jinco’s Remix of “Teenage Crime” Brings Unique and Contagious Feel

Meredith Schneider

Jinco

Santa Cruz, California is known for many things. Gorgeous sweeping views, cliff diving, redwood forests, the immaculate Santa Cruz Wharf. Not a lot of names of note have come out of this beautiful city.

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Until now.

Jinco arrived on the music scene with his first solo single in April–having been a part of Goshfather & Jinco until 2015–titled “I Wonder,” which featured Svnah. That track boasts a gnarly bass line, and is a pretty great dance track. He isn’t disappointing moving forward, either. His most recent release is a remix of the classic “Teenage Crime” by Adrian Lux, and hit the airwaves on June 1.

The song was already a dance classic in its own right, but Jinco definitely brought it up a notch. “This remix was something that really wrote itself,” he elaborated. “The vocal has always been a favorite of mine and I wanted to add some orchestral and trap vibes to give it a unique feel.” And he’s right. There’s absolutely a new energy to the song, masterfully crafted to further amp its dance-ability.

 

 

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