Posts Tagged ‘Where The Wild Things Are’

July 27, 2017
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Canadian electronic bigwigs Zeds Dead have been quiet as of late since their debut album came out a year ago, but they break that silence in grand and majestic fashion with a track on which they’ve teamed up with another behemoth production magnate, Denver’s ILLENIUM. Behold Where The Wild Things Are, a larger than life dubstep anthem bursting with heavy emotions and cathartic feels. It’s a spine tingling, heart jolting combination of ILLENIUM’s cinematic propensities and Zed Deads’ high voltage drops and kicks. You can buy or stream the epic collaboration, here.

January 13, 2015
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Los Angeles alt hip hop artist Bryce Vince’s Where The Wild Things Are is quite the infectious tune. I’ve shared a Youngblood Hawke remix of the song before, now, turn your attention to a new remix crafted by indie pop band Best Friends. It’s a mellowed down and utterly charming rendition with a buoyant beat and additional live instrumentation. Watch the video for the original below, if you haven’t had a chance to catch it yet. The song is off Bryce’s debut album Lazy Fair. He’s currently the main support act for pop duo Karmin on their US tour.

October 29, 2014
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Bryce Vine is an alt hip hop artist rising out of sunny Los Angeles, and his single Where The Wild Things Are has been remixed by an indie pop band I’m quite fond of, namely Youngblood Hawke, also from Los Angeles. It’s a superb, soaring remix, staying true to Bryce Vine’s electrifying original (which was the 2014 X-Games Theme Song), while receiving a plentiful infusion of Youngblood Hawke’s usual anthemic, vibrant sound.

October 29, 2014
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Bryce Vine is an alt hip hop artist rising out of sunny Los Angeles, and his single Where The Wild Things Are has been remixed by an indie pop band I’m quite fond of, namely Youngblood Hawke, also from Los Angeles. It’s a superb, soaring remix, staying true to Bryce Vine’s electrifying original (which was the 2014 X-Games Theme Song), while receiving a plentiful infusion of Youngblood Hawke’s usual anthemic, vibrant sound.