Rising pop starlet Nikki Williams continues to gain power with help from her most recent song “Glowing.” The 24-year-old singer gives listeners a sprawling vocal hook with an electro-pop beat, but it is the remix EP that is gaining her serious recognition. Fedde Le Grand revealed his rendition of “Glowing” last week, diving straight in with a pulsing production, and now swedish duo Cazzette lend their production skills on the EP, keeping the poppy spirit of the original. Their progressive house rework bounces into a synth-driven beat, giving the song even more force than before and creating another stand-out remix for the South African singer. First heard on Avicii’s Le7els podcast, Cazzette’s take on “Glowing” is set to be released on March 5th.
Avicii and Nicky Romero’s long-standing hit “I Could Be The One” gets the remix treatment from a trio of emerging talents known as Bent Collective. Italy’s Danny Verde, Beglium’s Steven Redant, and Israel’s Guy Scheiman make up the group, and together have remixed the heavily-rotated track into a techy, upbeat rework. Without altering the original vocal or structural elements of the track, the group presents a remix with infectious groove and bouncy chord progression. The Avicii camp has given this one their golden stamp of approval, so expect it to get plenty of play time from Mr. Bergling himself.
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