Late last year we came across one of the most wonderful dubstep remixes of Lana Del Ray’s “Blue Jeans” from (at the time) an obscure up and coming producer called PatrickReza. PatrickReza’s enthusiasm for creating powerful well-structured dubstep basslines, along with his attention to melodic detail took us utterly by surprise. What came next, is quite honestly something we will note in Music Ninja History. PatrickReza’s powerful yet-equality-soothing rendition of “Midnight City” by M83 automatically set him apart from the rest. The tasteful build-ups, none overbearing drops and the delicate balance to not cross over onto the brostep world has given his music immunity in the dubstep scene, with only 18 years old.

This brings us to what you have seen (or are about to see) at the very top of this post. New York/San Francisco-based content creation/production company Bodega director Jimmy Diebold has teamed up with PatrickReza to match “Midnight City” with the visuals it deserves. Between each beat and every wobble, they light up the Seattle night paying tribute to the Seattle Seahawks and their home stadium. Diebold explains, “I wanted to create a piece that was an architectural appreciation and provided a sense of place, but also captured the raw energy and excitement of what happens there.” An interesting marriage between lights and music makes the Seattle stadium come alive in this midnight city.

Download: M83 – Midnight City (PatrickReza Dubstep Remix)

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