Chicago-based Dani Deahl has taken three distinct productions and melded them into a finely tuned bootleg of Krewella, Avicii & Nicky Romero, and Must Die. Although the “Alive” melody carries the track on the record’s topline, Dani Deahl incorporates instrumentation from Avicii & Nicky Romero’s twinkling piano melodies and Must Die’s gritty dubstep bass lines. It’s no easy feat to make a mashup or bootleg sound professional and energetic, but Dani’s “One Alive Skull Kid” manages to do just that. Enjoy the free download below.
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