Our good friend Elephante is out with another banger of a remix. Elephante is a name that has taken the remix game and flipped it upside down. With every remix, the melodic leads that he uses completely takes over. His rendition of ZEDD and Selena Gomez’s newest track is no different. The sound is slightly different from his earlier tracks, but we still get that energy that fans know and love as the Elephante sound.
The old ZEDD is back, and it’s nowhere near the pop vibes he’s been pushing out recently. If you’re a fan of “Slam The Door,” the familiar gritty synths have made a return.
The track features vocals by Bahari, who still leads you through a progressive house melody. But once the drop kicks in, be ready for a surprising but refreshing twist.
Here’s some New Years Eve news for ya. This looks like the place to be at the end of 2014. Porter Robinson alone on NYE would be worth the ticket but the line-up already looks insane. Snowglobe is unique in the sense that it’s outdoor in the heart of winter. Never been to an outdoor venue in the winter time so this would be something new for most festival-goers. Tickets are on sale now. Finish 2014 off right.
Been waiting for an official release of this one since hearing it in Zedd’s Lollapalooza set. Zedd remixes Magic’s superhit “Rude” into a high energy, festival-ready anthem the way only Anton Zaslavski can. This one’s gonna be stuck in your head for a while, my best advice to you is to just not fight it.
Release Date: September 2, 2014
I guess when it comes to “EDM” for major labels, it means space and the future. It seems to be the theme recently with more mainstream dance music songs, and Ariana Grande follows suit. I’m not a huge fan of the video, and honestly, I lost it at the boob cannons that Ariana Grande sports towards the end. I wish the production quality for the video was better, but, what can I do…
Regardless, we’re here for the music. Like I mentioned in my review, the song does an amazing job bridging the gap between pop and EDM. This track definitely creates more opportunities for future collaborations between the two genres. The one thing I’d like to mention that I enjoyed in the video is ZEDD’s cameo. Oh, and Ariana Grande is a total babe.
Starting from Nickelodeon to becoming one of the most well-known pop singers in the current scene, Ariana Grande has had quite a journey as a pop artist. A few weeks ago, it was hinted that Ariana Grande would be collaborating with ZEDD. As the days led up to the release of the full track, more hints were given and the title “Break Free” was leaked.
Grande gets the main credits to the track with ZEDD as the featured artist, but dance music fans will know to keep their ears open for the production side of the track. In the track, Grande sings about her liberties from her past love and how she is now able to “Break Free.” This track also serves as a preview for her upcoming album “My Everything.” It’s insane to see artists like ZEDD being called up for production roles like this. Can’t wait to see what other collaborations are in store for dance music artists outside of their genre of expertise.
Been awhile since I did one of these so I think I owe you guys a huge line-up. For all of you out at EDC right now in NY, I am extremely jealous. It’s about to be an incredible day. I hope some of you use this music to get your day and your Memorial Day Weekend started right. Make sure you check out Hardwell’s remix to “Knock You Out” which was featured on his latest Hardwell On Air. The preview for “Blink Again” is pretty promising, “Beatbox” by Jack Beats, the “Clarity” remix by Torro Torro, and more, are all songs you guys need to hear if you haven’t already. See you guys soon – should be a good summer.