Based out of Vancouver, producer Vanic is best known for his smooth yet galvanizing future bass works. Vanic has been quite active recently, releasing several heater remixes of top 40 tracks, including an epic take on Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself" and Coleman Hell's "2 Heads". The producer sets himself aside as an artist not afraid to delve into the mainstream realm, adding his own electronic flair to pop tracks. Aside from consistently pumping out quality tracks, the producer is becoming a common name found on festival lineups, with Coachella and Electric Zoo already in the works for the near future. The producer has already developed a signature sound, vivacious with catchy hooks and sinuous synth work to captivate audiences. Vanic is surely on the rise for success in 2016 with a handful of bangers already under his belt, with this we can only expect more fire from the producer.
Many are most familiar with Vanic's collaboration with K.Flay in "Make Me Fade" or "Cops". Both tracks proved themselves as luminous works that became staples in the electronic world with their winding melodies interweaved with the husk present in K.Flay's vocals. It's without a question the two artists are a match made in collaboration heaven. In the producer's latest, he reworks K.Flay's "FML" and once again breathes in new life to the track, flipping it's atmosphere entirely. Pumping synths and a quickened tempo create a buzzing aura in the track.