Slushii & Marshmello- There x2 [Preview]
Slushii & Marshmello are at it again. Arguably the biggest accomplishment of Marshmello’s career has been his discovery of Jersey native Slushii. The two have made music together and remixed each other’s songs in past, and now they’ll be coming out with a new track this Friday titled ‘There x2’.
The preview is only 19 seconds long, but that’s plenty of time for you can get the idea of it. The track has that classic Marshmello and Slushii sound to it- upbeat chords, with a trap-like beat to match. Aside from the idea of an actual marshmallow slushy, this EDM pair seems to have found a tasty sound working together. You can check out the preview below in Slushii’s tweet.
— slushii (@SlushiiMusic) January 30, 2018
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Today marks the beginning of one of the most important weeks in electronic dance music: Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). Besides the conference, workshops and networking opportunities, these are the five parties that deserve the spotlight beforehand:
5. Paul Kalkbrenner’s Unofficial ADE Kickoff
Today at 7:00 PM local time, the doors of the 98-year-old Scheepsbouwloods will open for no other than Paul Kalkbrenner. The combination between his stunning live performance and the special factory location could make it one of the highlights of this year’s ADE. Since it will be one of the kickoff events, ADE might not be saving the best for last this year. However, there are still many more exciting shows ahead.
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Such a unique moment obviously requires a unique location – it perfectly fits Paradiso, which is arguably the most legendary venue in Amsterdam. Armin already teased bits of the GAIA show in his weekly vlogs, so prepare yourself for two hours of heaven.
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