Skrillex has moved heavily away from solo work in the last quarter of 2017 and focused heavily on production for artists ranging in every imaginable genre. Today the latest Skrillex production has dropped and it is for his past collaborator Poo Bear and Latin vocalist Juanes. ‘All We Can Do’ is a slow and relaxed
Since it’s release in July, remixes of Skrillex and Poo Bear‘s “Would You Ever” have popped up all over the internet. That track has gotten reworks of all sorts, but perhaps none as dramatically bass-heavy as Naderi‘s.
The Sydney producer has put his own spin on the track, shifting the focus to an ominous bass pattern. He builds the tension almost right away, with a slow, dramatic build that spans the entire first minute of the track. The focus then shifts to a drastically deep bass line that dominates the entire chorus for a dark, powerful effect.
“I heard the original while I was driving around and fell in love. Skrillex sent me the parts and I did most of it in one night. I really wanted to make something that didn’t sound like anything I’d heard before.”
Naderi was on a mission to make something totally unique and effectively fulfilled his goal with this impressive remix.
Matt McGuire is a Live/Session Drummer from Brisbane, Australia currently located in Los Angeles known for his incredible drum covers/mash-ups on YouTube. With over 740k YouTube subscribers and multiple videos eclipsing 5 million views, Matt is the real deal. McGuire’s latest remix/mash-up is of Skrillex & Poo Bear’s summer smash hit ‘Would You Ever’. McGuire
Branchez and Charlie Klarsfeld’s take on “Would You Ever” is extremely nostalgic, utilizing guitars and other elements to create a pleasant listening atmosphere. The collaborators take their time building up the song, allowing for the listener to truly indulge in every musical detail that this remix has to offer. Branchez and Klarsfeld’s remix in effect is nothing short of breathtaking, blending together of retro, synthpop, electronic, and commercial sounds in perfect harmony for a piece of music that appeals to the masses.
Back on July 11th, Galantis announced their plans to release the followup album to Pharmacy. Their sophomore album to be titled The Aviary would feature hit singles such as “True Feeling” and “Hunter.” Today (September 15), Galantis has teamed up with Big Beat Records to officially release their latest album. The 12-track album consists of
Poo Bear has been making the rounds in the world of electronic dance music lately. The songwriter and vocalist is best known for his work with Justin Bieber. He helped the pop star rise to fame with original and heartfelt lyrics that apparently fit perfectly into the hearts of preteen girls all over the world.
Skrillex is a man of many shades — from massive bass tunes to pop jams, he knows how to hit the sweet spot. Skrillex and Poo Bear were behind Fifth Harmonies latest single “Angel,” their second single promoting their upcoming album which is set to release on August 25. The producer pair did a great job highlighting the girls’ vocals, crafting a deep bass canvas with minimal percussion and synths that results in a palatable record for the masses.
Fifth Harmony lost their 5th member Cabello several months ago, who will be releasing her own album later this year. Stream “Angel” in full below.
Listeners of “Would You Ever,” the Skrillex collaboration with Poo Bear that dropped last week, were understandably surprised to find the “Purple Lamborghini” producer’s name tied to a house music production. Yet, those disoriented by the unexpected deviation in aesthetic might now put their minds at ease with the knowledge that Skrillex won’t permanently be crossing over genres, the confirmation verbalized by Skrillex’s remix of LH4L and Billion Dollars’ “Neoprene.”
Uploaded today, July 31, via Proximity, the remix is a longtime fan favorite, and sees Skrillex deliver his celebrated, formidable dubstep roots in a fashion which many fans missed on “Would You Ever.”
After complete radio silence for the past couple of weeks, Skrillex emerged before the public eye with the release of his newest single. You would think that the public would be excited for a new release from one of the current electronic pioneers but this track was met with a flurry of emotions and responses.