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[Future] EVVY – Tidal Wave (Sound Remedy Remix)

Tidal Wave (Sound Remedy Remix)

Sound Remedy is one of those producers who has managed his career incredibly well over the past several years while exploring different styles of music. Most recently, the Chicago to LA creator was tapped for an official remix for the track “Tidal Wave” by EVVY. He brings out all the vibes for this one, making a beautiful composition. It’s one of those tracks that if played out live, everyone comes a little closer together, while bringing out those lighters (or cell phones, I suppose) out to sway together. Sound Remedy’s songwriting prowess is displayed in full force with this downtempo masterpiece. Not only is it a good song, but it’s a great one, developing its sound from beginning to end for a truly wonderful listening experience that you’ll have on repeat for some time. Sound Remedy released this track through iTunes, so if you would like to have a copy, then head over there and grab it. It’s well worth the price!

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[Dubstep] Sound Remedy & Illenium – Spirals feat. King Deco

Sound Remedy
Spirals (feat. King Deco) by Sound Remedy & Illenium

Sound Remedy and Illenium? That’s too good to be true. Except, it’s real. “Spirals,” which also has King Deco, is one of those songs that prompts everyone to pull out their lighters and just vibe. With these acts working together in harmony, the result was nothing short of spectacular.

An ethereal introduction is constructed by the producer’s who masterfully pieced together an exquisite work. Surely it wouldn’t be the same without the magic of the vocal, but the power the instrumental has in itself is truly immense. Sound Rememdy self released this track through digital stores, so if you’d like to buy “Spirals” you may do so on iTunes.

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[Future Bass] Savoy & Sound Remedy – Leaving You (feat. Jojee)

Savoy & Sound Remedy
Leaving You (feat. Jojee)

“Leaving You” has got to be one of the biggest Monstercat releases to date. Through the collaborative efforts of Savoy and Sound Remedy, a clean future bass production was born. Was that enough? Sure, it could have been, but the act’s enlisted Jojee to provide the toppings to their delicious musical treat. When a track can pretty instantly conjure up an emotional response, you know you have something special on your hands and “Leaving You” does just that. As huge fans of Savoy and Sound Remedy, we were ecstatic when it was announced they were collaborating. We were not disappointed, and I don’t think anybody else has been either. If you’d like to support the song, you can do so by purchasing it for yourself on iTunes.

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