Robin Schulz, the German producer widely recognized for his island-channeling guitar riffs, has delivered his warm-weather remix of David Guetta and Sia‘s “Flames.” Guetta and Sia recently reunited for the track to follow up the unearthly success of their 2011 single, “Titanium.”
Schulz offers “Flames” his signature tropical touch, further accentuating Sia’s sweltering vocals. With Guetta’s subtle percussion replaced by Schulz’s momentous drum beats and distorted voice synths, the remix transcends the pop-centric “Flames” into a more forthright dance track.
Schulz secured his consummate remixer status in 2014 after both his renditions of Lilly Wood and The Prick’s “Prayer In C” and Mr. Probz‘s “Waves” went gold and platinum, respectively, topping worldwide charts.
Newly formed trio, LSD, comprised of Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo, released “Audio,” a stunning original featuring a captivating production style. Following the release of their first track, “Genius,” LSD has created an alluring sound in “Audio,” characterized by smooth vocals, heavenly melodies, and easy moving beats.
“Audio” is a dance pop crossover masterpiece that is bound to become one of the summer’s hottest hits, and rumor has it that the super group has a whole album in the works. However, a release date for LSD’s new body of work has not been unveiled. Nevertheless, “Audio” will mesmerize listeners upon first play with its refreshing tone and infectious lyrics.
Earlier this month, LSD — the trio made up of Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo — unveiled their new pop supergroup with their first-ever track, “Genius,” and today they’re back with another one, “Audio.” It’s in the same vein as the first, a radio and streaming-friendly mix of muted choruses punctuated by popping blasts. “Make … More »
The grand-daddy of them all, Wes Pentz has been dominating the Electronic Music scene for as long as we can remember. From the early days as a Mad Decent Block Party DJ to his hit productions Revolution and C’mon (Catch ’em by Surprise) the diverse producer/DJ has built a name for himself as one of
Diplo, Sia and Labrinth teamed up to form the new supergroup LSD. The trio released “Genius” today, May 3, the first off of their forthcoming album. LSD’s debut track will be followed up by a second release entitled “Audio” sometime next week. “Genius” features cheeky verses from both Sia and Labrinth, overlaying some seriously danceable
Post EDM-conquest Diplo is living his best life. 2018 has seen the mega producer step away from writing massive radio-destined pop hits and into more experimental spaces, starting with the the announcement of this summer’s Silk City disco project with Mark Ronson and the release of his first solo work in four years on the CaliforniaEP. Now, following his well-received collection of sad boy rap, Diplo is launching a trippy new side project, linking with Sia and UK multi-threat Labrinth for a super group called LSD.
The name comes from the group members’ first initials, but ultimately plays into the project’s digestibly psychedelic theme. LSD at first glance is like if Major Lazer had a new-wave Sgt. Pepper’s aesthetic — incorporating imaginative animations and narratives to their first single and accompanying video, “Genius,” from the trio’s upcoming debut album. The track finds Labrinth and Sia swapping syncopated versework over a characteristically catchy hip-hop lite Diplo beat. “Genius” lands just ahead of the group’s impending second single “Audio,” due sometime in mid-May. Diplo and Sia have proven to be a successful pairing in the past, and now with the addition of Labrinth, who’s reportedly due to release his sophomore studio album later this year, it looks like LSD might be the perfect summer trip-hop/pop stylings we didn’t know we needed.
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After releasing his latest track with Lil Xan and taking over with his own Siriux XM channel, Diplo has announced his next big project. Diplo posted one month ago a picture of the letters “L, S, D” which appears to be a new song by Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo. While many people believe this is
There are few duos more formidable than David Guetta and Sia. The two have amassed over a billion streams for past collaborations, including hit record “Titanium.” Now, they are back with collaboration “Flames,” and an action packed music video has been released to accompany the pop track.
Guetta is an evil emperor who ultimately ends up in none other than flames, as the track is titled.