Chris Martin’s euphonic vocals beg to be remixed. There is something about a Coldplay tune that can harmoniously counsel a depressed man off a ledge and animate your 90 year-old grandmother into a fleeting can-can. Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto, Avicii, and Datsik have all offered their own electronic accent to the British virtuoso and now its Aylen’s turn. With his remix of Zedd still buzzing in our ears, Aylen decided against filibuster-ing his fans; wasting no time in presenting us with a remix of “Fix You.” It’s not often a Coldplay remix will take the form of serenity-step. A traplicious masterpiece, Aylen caresses the senses by way of kicks, snares, and hi-hats. If you can forestall the inevitable euphoric stupor, brace yourself for Aylen’s symphonious outro.
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