Adele – HeLLo (marshmello remix) : Huge Melodic Future Bass Remix [Free Download]

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Earlier this year anonymous producer Marshmello mysteriously popped up on our radar with a collection of captivating releases and has been making waves in the electronic world ever since. This elusive producer previously turned heads with a remix of Jack U’s "Where Are U Now" along with refreshing original releases “Summer” and “BoUnCE," as well as a huge hip hop collabortion "Keep It Mello" with Toronto rapper Omar LinX

Now Marshmello is back at it with an exciting take on Adele’s massive new single “Hello” just in time for the release of her new album "25." Building off the original’s extremely catchy vocals, this remix brings Marshmello’s melodic future bass elements and trapped out drums alongside rumbling bass in the colorful drops making for a hit you’ll surely want to hear multiple times. This bouncy flip on Adele’s hit adds to this quickly rising producer’s catalog of successful releases and has us curiously awaiting more material. Enjoy!

Adele – HeLLo (marshmello remix) | Free Download 

Adele Saves Thanksgiving From Racism In Hilarious Saturday Night Live Skit

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Adele’s “Hello” is one of the most popular songs in the world right now thanks in part to the music video going viral. Well you may not realize that the song is actually so good that it can even help save racism and other undesired topics from your annual Thanksgiving gatherings as well.

Watch the outrageous video put together by the fine folks at Saturday Night Live, that will have you in tears. Enjoy!

A Thanksgiving Miracle – SNL

Adele – Chasing Pavements (SBTRKT Remix)

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With UK singer / songwriting sensation Adele dropping her newest album 25 a few days ago, many are waiting with anticipation for a stream of incredible remixes to flood the airwaves over the next few months. But UK producer SBTRKT has taken a different approach to Adele fever by sharing a remix he's kept in the vault since 2008.

Last night on his BBC Radio 1 residency, SBTRKT aired a breezy rendition Adele's "Chasing Pavements" from her 2008 album 19. The melodically chill beat features mixture of hypnotics synths and lush bass / drum kicks that intertwine with Adele's smooth vocals to perfection.

Enjoy the good vibes come off of this chune by streaming the remix below!

SBTRKT – Chasing Pavements Remix from 2008

Stephen Releases An Adele “Hello” Cover You Need To See & Hear

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With Adele breaking her drought of new music with “Hello,” we expexted a sea of remixes, which have begun rolling in like Anevo's take on the track. But we have been blessed with a full on cover of the song from a new familiar face we've been featuring, Stephen. The genre-defying artist has been on our radar with songs like “Remembering Myself,” and “Fly Down”, and brings his electronic / rock fusion to flip "Hello" upsidde down.

We get this cover in video form as this intriguing artist shows himself in his home studio plugging in instruments as he brings the cinematic video to life with shots of the beach and a campfire sliced in with the making of the track. Stephen really makes this cover his own as he rocks out on guitar and adds drums to the track while even utilizing the use of two tennis rackets hitting each other as a rhythmic layer. This stear a little more in the rock lane then the previous two releases, but we aren't complaining. Keep an eye on this up and coming. Enjoy.

Stephen – Hello (Adele Cover) 




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