Anton Zaslavski aka "Zedd", the German producer who became an international star in 2013 thanks to his Clarity album which won a grammy for the album's lead single "Clarity" featuring Foxes. He set out on a year long Clarity Tour in support of the album and brought out a show no one would forget. Anyone who was lucky enough to catch a date of the tour was treated to a custom light and laser production setup that could light up a stadium, yet was brought to venues that were much smaller for an epic experience.
This 30 minute long documentary really captures the journey, from Zedd personally setting up the production on the first night to discussing speaking with Skrillex online for the first time to reaching out to Hayley Williams and the entire release around ’Stay The Night’ and much much more. This really lets you see a more personal side of Zedd showing you not only what nice of a guy he is, but also how hands on he is with the entire business of him as an artist which is rare to see.
To see Zedd experience such a level of success is really incredible making us think back to when Thissongissick actually brought out Zedd for one of his first shows in the US ever in Boulder, CO at the even more intimate Fox Theatre in 2011.
From aspiring New York City DJs to a main stage performance at Ultra Music Festival before venturing on their 2nd nationwide #Selfie tour, the producer duo known simply as The Chainsmokers hit us with yet another amazing remix. Their love of UK singer / songerwriter Foxes (lead vocalist on last years global anthem "Clarity" by Zedd amongst many other releases) has lead the guys to putting a dangeriously infectious touch to her latest hit single "Holding On To Heaven". Using Foxes impactful vocals to great effect, they've transformed the original into a progressive house turnup itching to be flexed from the clubs to festival life. Brace yourself for some strong feels and listen to this exclusive premiere below. Enjoy
Foxes – Holding On To Heaven (The Chainsmokers Remix) | Stream Only
[PREMIERE] Foxes – Youth [Disco Fries Remix] : Indie Electro House Remix [Exclusive Limited Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Premieres by nick | Tags: Electro House, Foxes, Free Download, indie, Remix, The disco Fries
New York based duo The Disco Fries just took the indie single ‘Youth’ from singer Foxes and gave us an incredible electro house remix. You might remember the song from Adventure Club’s massive remix of it. The Disco Fries highlight the infectious vocals from Foxes while giving some high energy builds and drops that are guaranteed to get you moving. We have a limited exclusive free download on this only lasting 24 hours, so grab it quick before we pull it. Official iTunes release date coming soon.
Foxes – Youth (The Disco Fries Remix) | Free Download | Direct Download
Zedd performs Live Piano Version of “Clarity” ft. Foxes and Alvin Risk LIVE on David Letterman Late Night : 1st EDM Artist Appearance EverPosted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist, Video by nick | Tags: Alvin Risk, David Letterman, Electro House, Foxes, Late Night, Late Night with David Letterman, Piano, TV, Zedd
Late Night with David Letterman is a very popular late night show in America which gets broadcasted nationally on CBS. The show has been the national debut of countless rising musical acts, which in the past have always been pop, rock, indie, but never an electronic producer. Who better then Zedd to break the pattern and be the first EDM act to appear on the show, and delivering a live piano rendtion of “Clartiy” off his debut album with the same name. Accompanying him is vocalist Foxes, and even Alvin Risk slips in for a cameo adding some additional vocals. He has stated that he always starts his production by first creating the piano line, so this transition makes complete sense. He really kills it, and Foxes does a great job as well. I hope this is the start of more electronic acts making their national debut on David Letterman. Enjoy!
Zedd performs “Clarity” featuring Foxes & Alvin Risk on David Letterman Late Night
Adventure Club continue to drop massive remix after massive remix. We got to see theri remixes Crave You and Collect Call, and their more recent original Do I See Color. This track has the same overall concept. Great vocal sampling, dramatic buildup, massive yet smooth drops. The calm voice from Foxes works very well with the crushing bass. Turn up the bass, enjoy!
Foxes – Youth (Adventure Club Remix) | Direct Download
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick