When title="Jauz" href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/tag/Jauz" >Jauz took control of the EDC Vegas mainstage, he premiered a litany of new music, including his own n href="http://dancingastronaut.com/2016/06/tiesto-joins-jauz-at-edc-to-preview-new-collaboration/" >ew collaboration with Tiesto. Surprisingly, though, he also played out a new one from title="Zedd" href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/tag/Zedd" >Zedd, which happened to be a collaboration with upcoming producers title="Grey" href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/tag/Grey" >Grey.
Zedd has supported Grey before by giving them official remixing duties of his past productions, but this new collaboration takes that support to a new level. The track itself is a heavy bass-inspired production that is a nice refreshing callback to the old Zedd style that included a more electro-centric approach and much fewer internationally acclaimed pop stars.
Zedd and Grey together sound like a winning combination both on paper and in reality. Rob Swire agrees, as he praised the track on Twitter, and Zedd quickly forwarded him the work. You’ll be hearing this one a lot.class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"> dir="ltr" lang="en"> href="https://t.co/fpqjuMKlcx">pic.twitter.com/fpqjuMKlcx
href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/2015/10/lights-night-announces-heavy-lineup-including-kaskade-hardwell-flosstradamus/" >Lights All Night announces heavy lineup including Kaskade, Hardwell, Flosstradamus, and more