Having already geared up for the release of their long-awaited third studio album later this year, electronic outfit Ishi have now returned to unveil the new Yuksek remix for their latest captivating single, Not My Girl.

Continuing the smooth and groove-filled aesthetic they are known for, Yuksek now adds his own distinct direction to this bold and vibrant cut. Keeping the fresh and soulful sound of the original and reworking it with a light yet uplifting texture gives this new offering an exciting new feel that only these two could have pulled off. Yuksek has had releases on labels like: Razor-n-tape, Sweat it out, Classic music, Glitterbox, and also run his own label Partyfine. As a true studio addict, he has collaborated with major artists such as Gorillaz, Phoenix, UGOD, Lana Del Rey, JD Samson, Gossip, Moby, The Magician, Alex Metric, Clara Luciani.

Meanwhile, Ishi is a high energy electronic band from Dallas, TX with influences of soul, funk, and folk to electro, techno and house. They thrive on creating a positive atmosphere that allows their audience to let loose & express themselves.

Fans have been waiting eight long years for the next album and is expected to drop in Autumn 2021 under Swedish Indie Label Icons Creating Evil Art, the home of Flora Cash, Summer Heart, and Glamour Hammer. It’s set to be titled Sweet Gold and feature the hit singles Not My Girl and Lo-Fi Love Affair. This record can only be described as an infusion of funk and soul with a touch of electronic production. A true journey in time through music and some of the greatest musicians in the world.

Ishi’s ability to successfully walk the line between an ambitious studio act and a multi-sensory live experience allows them to engage their audiences in an uplifting celebration of life. Their subtle undertones of inner-exploration combine to create a concert experience that is unequivocally one-of-a-kind. Each night, Ishi intends to create an entirely unique environment of mysticism, awareness, love and acceptance. Adored by fans and critics alike, there is no denying that Ishi is an immersive experience that everyone should discover.