Premiere: Boys Noize covers Adamski’s acid classic ‘Killer’


Sometimes a track is so iconic that it just begs for a remake. Which was the case for Boys Noize and Steven A. Clark with the 1989 acid house anthem ‘Killer’.

While Alex Ridha aka Boys Noize was working on Steven A. Clark’s album, ‘Where Neon Goes To Die’, which dropped earlier this month, the pair expressed a love for the Adamski and Seal classic, deciding to give it a 2018 overhaul with some techno stabs.

Alex Ridha aka Boys Noize says: “Being a 90's kid, I kind of grew up with this song which later became one of these tunes I’d play out at the end of the night. When I met Steven and heard his voice for the first time I immediately thought of that track and the idea of doing a cover version was born. It was initially just for fun, but it turned banging and lit the dancefloors wherever I’d drop it – so here I am sharing my industrial KILLER.”

Check it out below.

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