Posts Tagged ‘Marshmello’

February 10, 2018

Always in disguise production superstar Marshmello seems to be everywhere these days. In fact, he continues to partner up with a myriad of fine pop artists on his ever growing catalog of hits. This week, he’s linked up with one of our favorite British pop stars (and martial arts champions), Anne-Marie, on a huge new tune named Friends. The single explores that universal predicament of being placed on the friend ladder. It’s a bitter yet cheeky, feisty and tart offering that’s surprisingly pop leaning for a production by Marshmello. Anne-Marie’s sultry, husky pop vocals ooze their usual sexy seductive, fierce and fiery determination. Friends is available, here.

February 6, 2018

Marshmello and Selena Gomez’s majestic collaboration Wolves may have been released near the end of last year, but it quickly made such a commotion and climbed the charts so fast that it became one of 2017′s biggest crossover hits. There’s no forgetting that amazing AMA performance, either. As I’ve already said a handful of times, some incredible remixes have been spawned by the hit single. Canadian producer Vincent offered up a stunning future bass and chill trap configuration soon after the single’s release. Check out the track, here. And now, Los Angeles based producer Crystalize has precipitated his own take out of Vincent’s remix, giving it a softer edge and a some fluid whorling beauty with his future bass makeover. That’s right, this is a remix of a remix, an evolution of an evolution. Benjamin David of Crystalize explains that once he heard Vincent’s remix, he felt so connected that he knew he had to put his own spin on it. Crystalize’s heart-stopping, dramatic sweeping edit is a free download, here.

February 6, 2018

Production heavyweight Marshmello is without a doubt one of the biggest electronic artists of the moment. He makes a much welcome cameo on the latest track from Slushii, yet another incognito production bigwig making a big splash on the scene. As someone who used to listen to mostly alt rock and emo rock in my younger days, I can’t help but fall for the alt rock and dance music hybrids that the pair have come up with for their new collaboration, though we’re no strangers to this sound having enjoyed so many of these artists tracks in the past. There x2, which comes with a colorful animated lyric video, is a high voltage, epic lifting track. It’s like Blink-182 gone future bass, or Matt and Kim gone trap and rock. The stadium ready feel good anthem is available, here.

December 13, 2017

There’s no denying that Selena Gomez and Marshmello’s Wolves is one of the biggest electronica and pop hybrids of the year. It’s a majestic and regal beauty, with a lot of heartfelt emotion bursting through Selena Gomez’s crystalline vocals. As such, countless remixes of the track have surfaced lately. Boulevarde, a gifted production duo from Sydney, has given Wolves a phenomenal remix that stays true to the original’s epic windswept vibes while amplifying its energy to create a euphorically riveting, exultant marching future trap aria. You can subscribe to Boulevarde’s website, here, to receive a free download of their Wolves remix and a DJ edit.

November 15, 2017

Masked DJ and producer Marshmello, aside from inspiring a whole lot of Halloween costume ideas recently, continues to drop hit singles left and right. Watch the music video for Marshmello’s You & Me above and let this unique blend of pop punk, future bass, and progressive house take you to new heights of dance pleasure. The song even features Marshmello himself on vocals. You & Me is available, here. Marshmello also released a music video for his song Blocks this week, which you can watch below for more of his euphoric dance music. 

November 9, 2017

I know everyone’s fawning endlessly over Selena Gomez and Marshmello’s hit collaboration, Wolves, but let’s take a moment to gape at the epic re-fix lessismoore has given the track. The Atlanta producer gives the track a grittier beat and pumps up its energy on his thunderous rumbling, sonorous thumping trap and bass remix. These “wolves” run with glorious ferocity, their feet pounding hard into the ground as the wind whistles by in high intensity. lessismoore has even made the track a free download for our eager ears, here.

October 20, 2017

Denver melodic bass expert Illenium worked his fine magic on Marshmello’s collaboration with buzz sensation Khalid, Silence, and the end result is truly spellbinding and dulcet lilting. Silence takes on a dreamy pop charm and guitar driven indie rock tenderness under Illenium’s adroit guidance. Despite a swifter tempo, this is a melter of a feel good remix. It’s sweet and honeyed, bright eyed and sanguine, heartwarming and inspiring. And there’s just no resisting that wonderful guitar line that Illenium has so sagely added to the track. 

May 8, 2017

Fluorescent enchantment abounds as it always does when we dive into Marshmello’s latest single Moving On. The incognito production bigwig offers up a chipper whirlwind of bright choppy euphoria with his frothy whizzing, candy coated earworm. The whimsical nature of the vocal melody heavily reminds me of Matt and Kim, so much so that I initially wondered if Marshmello had sampled one of their songs. Moving On is kind of like Matt and Kim gone effervescent future trap on us. Moving On arrives with the usual tongue-in-cheek sort of Marshemello music video, complete with comedic jabs at certain colleagues in the industry. Stream the video below. Snag Moving On as a single from major outlets, here.

November 19, 2016

“If Cashmere Cat and Marshmello had a child” … some of these soundcloud comments are wild! But seriously, listen to Ye (pronounced Yea) new song ‘dffle’. It flips Demi Lovato’s ‘Cool For The Summer’ and has me curious about what else Ye has in store for us.

September 19, 2016

There has certainly been an uptick in remixes of Marshmello’s music lately, which comes as little surprise considering the anonymous producer’s amazing repertoire and the sky high Marshmello hype that has ignited this year. In fact, one of the top clubs of the world located in Singapore even hired a fake Marshmello to headline one of their nights last week, resulting in some wild controversy. Philadelphia’s Speaker Of The House arrives with the latest sensational remix of Alone, a treat that I did not expect considering how different the two acts’ music tends to be. Yet, Speaker Of The House has given Alone a stunning makeover, a deep rippling, melodic bass wobbling transformation that feels profoundly meditative yet powerfully propulsive. This is the moment before the crusade, when you realize how homesick you really are, or how much you really miss a person. It’s the moment of beautiful if poignant epiphany. As you dwell on that anguish, you’re already starting to formulate your next epic course of action. Speaker Of The House will be going on tour with Marshmello, and he’s crafted the remix to celebrate. It’s a free download, here