А вот и интервью, где подробно описывается про участие трека в видео и ремиксе на Smack My Bitch Up
Who: London-based beat scientists James and Andy, and vocalist Kate Loveridge Sounds like: Cheeky dubstep, moombahton, electro and break-beat all rolled into one
Dubstep at 120bpm? House at 70bpm? Moombahton at 140bpm? It shouldn’t work. But that’s exactly what Mosquito are currently experimenting with. Mosquito don’t change the tempo to fit the style; they change the style to fit the tempo. And in doing so they’re crafting the next generation of electronic bass bangers. They’ve managed the unthinkable thanks to cutting-edge studio techniques and a deep understanding of the dancefloor. “Our tracks are so wrong, but they’re also filthy and I love ’em” says Andy, seen here squirting scary chemicals from a pipette. Inspired by the sonic dynamics of the fattest modern-day dance tracks, Mosquito’s tunes have recently reached new levels of production. “Our mixdown is almost where we want it,” says Andy. “It sounds insane.”
While Mosquito’s sound is filthier that a tramp rolling in a pigsty, it remains fun and cheeky. “We’re not about a paranoid and self-absorbed sound,” says James (in the surgical mask). “Our tracks are dirty, but with beautiful elements and catchy vocals.” The vocals in question are provided by Kate Loveridge (centre), who they discovered on YouTube: they were searching for an Emeli Sandé tune, found her doing a cover of ‘Heaven’, and knew she was the one. A breakthrough came when The Prodigy’s Keith Flint picked up on their track ‘Rider Grimy’. Keith has become a competent superbike racer, and insisted on his sponsor using the track on his promotional videos. Liam loved it too, and bestowed on Mosquito the honour of remixing ‘Smack My Bitch Up’, out later this year. As for the name, while recording in Miami the boys were constantly bitten by mossies.
And while nobody got malaria, for dancefloors, this Mosquito is still nothing short of deadly.