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Seven Lions, Trivecta & Blanke Join Forces On ‘Wild And Broken’ featuring RBBTS

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“Wild & Broken” is the first collaboration that sees Seven Lions, Trivecta and Blanke all on the same track. It is the first time producers Trivecta and Blanke join forces as well as Seven Lions and Blanke. The collab is the second for Seven Lions and Trivecta after their hugely successful track “Island”, with over 15M Spotify streams having charted at #20 on the Billboard US Dance chart. Blanke has been continuing his hot streak of releasing melodic tracks on Ophelia, starting with his massive collab with Jason Ross on “One More Day”

and his song “Spark” with Dia Frampton currently seeing radio spins on iHeart Evolution.The track combines the best of melodic dubstep, folk-tinged bass music and hard hitting midtempo second drop from all three artists along with RBBTS‘ anthemic songwriting and vocal performance.

Producer Seven Lions has never had a problem breaking rules and transcending musical boundaries to satisfy his creative vision. Catching his break after winning a Beatport remix contest in 2012 with his dubstep-focused version of Above & Beyond’s “You Got to Go”, Seven Lions, born Jeff Montalvo, garnered support from the likes of Anjunabeats, Casablanca Records, OWSLA, Viper Recordings, Republic Records, and Monstercat over the past eight years. After years of floating around from labels, Seven Lions compiled his own label in 2018 called Ophelia Records. Since its emergence, the melodic bass label has made its imprint being voted the Best Label of 2019 by r/edm, releasing multiple #1 iTunes Dance albums and hosting festival stage takeovers across the country. His productions have seen stages at world-renowned festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival (New York and Las Vegas), Electric Forest, Electric Zoo, South by Southwest, and HARD.

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Trivecta

Trivecta is a Tampa based melodic bass producer and songwriter. In addition to receiving support from artists like Excision, The Chainsmokers and Don Diablo, he’s joined melodic bass connoisseurs such as Illenium, Seven Lions, Dabin, Kill The Noise, and Wooli on tour. Trivecta has also landed official remixes with his tourmates. His take on Illenium’s “Fractures” has drawn 6.5M listens on Spotify alone and collaborated with Excision & Wooli on “Oxygen”, which has amassed nearly half a million streams with support from UKF & MrSuicideSheep.

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In just 3 years, JP Orchison has taken the Blanke project from his native Australia to the World. Named Break Out Artist on Subreddit R/EDM’s best of 2019 & inking a deal with United Talent Agency, Blanke (in his first year of North American Touring) was booked to play on festivals like Paradiso, Global Dance, Hard Summer, Dancefestopia & EDC Las Vegas, was a regular on lineups for Brands like Deadbeats and Brownies & Lemonade and was selected as a support act for Illenium’s massive ‘Ascend’ Arena Tour in mid-late 2019 before kicking off 2020 with a 40+ date tour across North America as main support for Black Tiger Sex Machine. Official Remixes landed for Slander, Seven Lions, Zeds Dead & Gaming phenomenon League Of Legends & his single ‘Alchemy’ hit the #1 most played position on triple j Radio. In January this year he was named to EDM.com’s Class of 2021, and was one of the first acts to announce a post lockdown National tour in his native Australia!


 

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