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Seven Lions, Wooli & Trivecta release remix package for “Island” ft. Nevve

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The smash collaborative single and fan favorite from Seven Lions, Wooli, and Trivecta – “Island” – was the first release on Seven Lions‘ own Ophelia Records in 2019. Now, it gets a handful of remixes, taking the melodic dubstep banger in a slew of different directions.

Au5, Blastoyz, Sullivan King, Dimibo, and TYNAN have all taken Nevve’s vocal on different paths, incorporating everything from psytrance to an energetic electric guitar driven cover, courtesy of Sullivan King, and everything in between.

Seven Lions will be dominating the summer’s finest festivals, including sets at ILLfest in Austin, LED’s My Life in San Diego, Insomniac’s beloved Electric Forest, Electric Zoo, and many more. Get your dancing shoes on and listen to the fresh remixes below!

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    • Trivecta & Varien Come Together For New Single “Revelation” trivecta-best-for-you-feature-oz-edm-2019

      Melodic bass maestro Trivecta pairs up with the dark mid-tempo master Varien to create an unexpected psytrance collaboration that unleashes into melodic dubstep in the 2nd act. Having worked on massive tracks with Seven Lions, Wooli and Excision and remixing the likes of Illenium and Dabin, Trivecta is making his presence well known in the bass and melodic bass scenes. Trivecta got his start with a release on Monstercat in 2014. Since then, the producer and songwriter has continued to make waves in the trance, dubstep and drumstep worlds. With the self-described goal of “making dubstep beautiful again,” he’s made a name for himself ever since with tracks that land in a compelling place between melodic dubstep, trance, bass and drumstep. Nikki Kaelar, aka Varien, has had #1 Hits for K-Pop giants Monsta X, Super Junior, composer and arranger on Hollywood films such as John Wick 3 and Drive, movie trailers, video games such as Doki Doki Literature Club, and a #1 debut album to top it all off. Together the artists are an unstoppable psytrance force with “Revelation.” Available now on Beatport and all streaming platforms, get your first list below!   Follow Trivecta Facebook Soundcloud Spotify Twitter Instagram Follow Varien Twitter Instagram