Posts Tagged ‘EVVY’

September 22, 2016
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You don’t know how excruciating it is to have previewed a wicked track and not be able to share it for what feels like an eternity. A weight lifts off my shoulders today as I’m finally able to welcome you into the thrilling radiance of this Young Bombs remix of NYC starlet EVVY’s electropop song, Tidal Wave. The producers from Vancouver give us cool rippling synths and vibrant prancing chords on their soaring remix. The deep future house on Young Bombs’ Tidal Wave is breezy and light. It illuminates us in an incandescent glow, imbuing us with hope and joy. Download Young Bombs’ remix of EVVY’s Tidal Wave, here.

January 15, 2016
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We’ve been lucky to have been graced with amazing guest vocals on many of the best electronic dance tracks of the past year. From my last post’s Rozes to NYC’s Evvy, these chanteuses are the very reason some of those hits are so emotionally potent and stirring. It’s been some months now since Evvy released a sweeping electronic pop song named Tidal Wave, whose rippling cascades of summery radiance are inescapably alluring. That luminous presence is now molded into soothing magnificence on a remix of Tidal Wave by Southern California’s Sound Remedy. Tidal Wave takes on a profound, ambient depth that crests and breaks with slow deliberation. The remix is a future bass tinted cinematic glide of beauty, a remedy indeed for whatever heartaches besieging your soul.

July 25, 2015
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I’m much excited to share with you NYC chanteuse EVVY’s latest brilliant, sweeping electronic pop anthem, Tidal Wave. If you aren’t already a fan of EVVY’s music, you might be a fan of the music she’s lent her beautiful vocals to in the past, like Sound Remedy’s Victory. Let Tidal Wave wash over you powerfully with EVVY’s deep vocals and its wonderfully summery and tropical dance radiance. Bittersweet lyrics contrast with the song’s spirited warmth and sanguine atmosphere, leaving us engulfed in an air of wistful hope. Tidal Wave is available on iTunes, now.

January 28, 2015
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Chicago duo Win & Woo are back to win over and woo us yet again with a sublime deep melodic house remix of NYC artist Evvy’s Swing. There’s plenty of uplifting progressive house vibes to keep our souls nourished and content, while the tropical air of the tune will keep us warm, even through finicky blizzards. The duo added their own layers of intoxicating guitars and bongos to the dreamy, lush edit.

November 4, 2014
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Sound Remedy’s new one is as fun as the name implies. Turbo Penguin is a collaboration between the hotly buzzing Venice Beach producer and Mexican producer Nitro Fun, who likes to use chiptune video game sounds on his productions. It’s no wonder Turbo Penguin sounds like it could be an incredibly addictive 8-bit video game as well as an exhilarating thrill ride of a tinkling, colorful electronic jam. As much as I enjoy the track, my favorite is still Sound Remedy’s prior release, an electronic pop leaning jam named Victory which features vocals by NYC’s Evvy. Victory is such a beautiful Porter Robinson meets Odesza treat, one which has racked up nearly a quarter million streams in less than two weeks! 

November 4, 2014
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Sound Remedy’s new one is as fun as the name implies. Turbo Penguin is a collaboration between the hotly buzzing Venice Beach producer and Mexican producer Nitro Fun, who likes to use chiptune video game sounds on his productions. It’s no wonder Turbo Penguin sounds like it could be an incredibly addictive 8-bit video game as well as an exhilarating thrill ride of a tinkling, colorful electronic jam. As much as I enjoy the track, my favorite is still Sound Remedy’s prior release, an electronic pop leaning jam named Victory which features vocals by NYC’s Evvy. Victory is such a beautiful Porter Robinson meets Odesza treat, one which has racked up nearly a quarter million streams in less than two weeks! 

July 19, 2014
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I was on quite a roll this morning, discovering a bevy of talented producers previously unknown to me, despite suffering from a mild hangover from hitting up Joywaves and Prides last night and having loads of fun. Another new producer to cross my path is Netherlands based Keljet, who recently dropped this tasty remix of NYC newcomer EVVY’s Collide. It’s yet again a nu-disco tinged tropical house take, which is such a popular sound right now in the scene and so perfect for the season. I know if I ever throw a beach party, there’s going to be a very long list of awesome tunes to bump. While you’re here, also check out Keljet’s remix of Chela’s Zero below.

July 19, 2014
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I was on quite a roll this morning, discovering a bevy of talented producers previously unknown to me, despite suffering from a mild hangover from hitting up Joywaves and Prides last night and having loads of fun. Another new producer to cross my path is Netherlands based Keljet, who recently dropped this tasty remix of NYC newcomer EVVY’s Collide. It’s yet again a nu-disco tinged tropical house take, which is such a popular sound right now in the scene and so perfect for the season. I know if I ever throw a beach party, there’s going to be a very long list of awesome tunes to bump. While you’re here, also check out Keljet’s remix of Chela’s Zero below.