2014-03-10T13:38:34+00:00 2014-03-10T12:45:17+00:00

GRAVES and Panic City "Find You" an amazing revision of Zedd


This remix of Zedd is made for those moments that make you wince and have your arms fly like spaghetti. GRAVES and Panic City are the masterminds behind this revision of Zedd's new single, "Find You." Panic City, based out of San Francisco, is no new name to the electro genre and often produces spring inspired-feel good music. GRAVES, on the other hand, is somewhat of a chameleon, constantly changing the name he's making music under. Having found a stationary spot with a steady fan following, it seems like this Honolulu native might reside and settle down as GRAVES for the time being. Who knows what time will bring from these two again, but if it's anything similar to this collaboration then big results should become the norm. 

One of the most memorizing features of this track is that classic intro, which sounds similar to a festival trap lead up with heavy percussions that take you right into the dreamy vocals of Matthew Koma. Almost instantly after, the listener is hit with a slow tempo trap structure that immediately has you wincing and realizing the original light tone can come crashing down. You're left recovering and singing along to Miram Byrant as Panic City and GRAVES left enough of the original to tease you until they come back again with an even heavier drop that gave the description of arms flying like spaghetti (whatever that means?). 



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  • @Zedd @MatthewKoma @wearegraves whoa! thank you!! #spaghetti

    PANIC CITY March 10, 2014 1:40 PM Reply
  • Am I the only one who felt like that first drop was completely out of place given the context of the song leading up to the drop? It's like the song went from Queen to Flosstradamus. So bad.

    Dan Ottenad March 12, 2014 6:02 PM Reply

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