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Naderi Delivers Must Hear Vibrant Remix of Billie Eilish’s Breakout Song “Ocean Eyes”

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Naderi can do it all. The Australian producer has impressed us time and time again with his remixes and has a new one for us today we'll surely have on repeat. This time around he's taking on Billie Eilish's breakout hit "Ocean Eyes." 

With a gripping voice beyond her years and an unapologetic demeanor to boot, 16-year-old singer Billie Eilish has been on fire and is not slowing down. With her instantly recognizable tone, it comes as no surprise that Billie Eilish’s tracks are often reimagined by musicians across genres. Today Naderi follows up his previous stunning remixes for The Chainsmokers, Alison Wonderland, Skrillex and many more, has offered a refreshing new spin on one of Eilish’s early originals.

With an incredible remix roster already under his belt, Naderi still manages to outdo himself with his complex but clean sound design. This remix lets you know something big is coming from the first note with shimmering synths, tender piano chords and, of course, Eilish’s ethereal tone. Things quickly ratchet up from there – as the energy builds and the vocals slip away into distortion, a future bass drop laden with glowing progressions, rumbling bass and a steady kick takes center stage. It’s a remix we never knew we needed, and we’re loving it. Check it out below and enjoy!

Billie Eilish - Ocean Eyes (Naderi Remix)

Naderi Impresses With Massive New Remix Of The Chainsmokers’ “Somebody”

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Just last month The Chainsmokers came out with their undeniably catchy tune “Somebody,” featuring Drew Love of THEY. Although it was an easy track to get stuck in your head, one of our favorite producers, Naderi, has taken the track to an entirely new level.

When it comes to remixes, Naderi is arguably one of the best in the game right now. His take on “Somebody” is seriously impressive. Naderi adds a spicy new flavor, flipping the track into certified future bass banger, switching up between vibrant supersaw synths and rattling dubstep growls.

As we patiently await Naderi’s imminent release of original work, these powerful remixes will certainly hold us over. Enjoy!

The Chainsmokers & Drew Love - Somebody (Naderi Remix)

Alison Wonderland's "Church" Receives Epic Remix From Naderi

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Naderi is back with another amazing remix. This time around, the talented Aussie artist has taken on his previous collaborator Alison Wonderland for a high energy new remix of “Church” off the track’s new remix pack. 

We last heard Naderi on his gritty remix of Skrillex’s “Would you Ever” collab with Poo Bear and he’s once again shown off his insane production abilities. Naderi and Alison previously worked together on a next level cover of Ed Sheeran so it’s no surprise their sounds come together effortlessly on this new remix. 

Naderi has a knack for recreating songs from the ground up with his high-octane future bass sound and puts this on full display here. His sound design is wild as he builds up to an insane drop pairing cinematic slashing synths with layers of vocal chops giving the song an epic feeling. Stay tuned for more from both artists and enjoy! 

Alison Wonderland - Church (Naderi Remix)

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