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Like many emerging artists, Elephante built a reputation on creating superbly-crafted remixes that shook the blogosphere and took Hype Machine by storm, but unlike those who have come before him, the LA-based talent has ditched the remix formula and jumped feet first into the original production arena. An incredible first effort alongside vocalist Lyon Hart, Elephante’s original debut “Shake the Earth,” is everything you’d expect his first solo production to sound like. Bursting at the seams with a unique blend of big room energy and a pristine melodic acumen, “Shake the Earth” delivers Lyon Hart’s anthemic refrains on top of a heap of shuffling synthesis and vocal stutters. Just as he did with his remix work, Elephante is throwing this one out there for free to his fans. Grab it today.
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