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Ashnikko And Dora Jar Craft “You Make Me Sick!” Remix

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[Photo by: Blair B Brown]

Ashnikko is genre-bending royalty, supercharging their debut album Weedkiller with punchy singles such as “Cheerleader” and the sunny groove “Worms.” Standout single “You Make Me Sick!” kicked off the entire Weedkiller era, and it was unforgettable. Raw, aggressive screams narrate pure unadulterated rage, and help listeners who relate channel their own anger.

With her signature indie pop glow, Dora Jar teamed up with Ashnikko to add a new layer to this blistering track with the “You Make Me Sick! (Dora Jar Remix).” Dora Jar “peeled back the thorny parts of it to show the sad guy behind the screaming and I love it so much it is so so special to me,” Ashnikko shared on Instagram.

Acoustic strums take center stage under the first chorus. While the sonics may be softened, the lyrics do not lose their edge for a moment. Check out the remix below.

“‘You Make Me Sick!’ is one of my favorite and most played songs of the past year,” Dora Jar says of the Weedkiller hit. “I listened to it in the car so much over the summer. It unlocked my feminine rage in such a liberating way that it drove me to tears multiple times.”

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The artist continues, “When Ash asked me to do a remix, I didn’t think it would be possible because of how much I already loved the original. I tried it anyway, with my friend apob, and we unearthed the sadness from the anger and made a collage of emotion.”

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Ashnikko shared that they were beyond thrilled about the collab. “Dora is such a singular artist. She has this insane ability to conjure lyrics and melodies directly from the dream world. She is the number one cool guy so it made sense to have her remix this song. I’m in awe at what she came up with,” the “Daisy” singer shared.

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