2014-04-24T17:40:59-04:00 2014-04-24T17:35:33-04:00

4AM wakes us up with a Zella Day "1965" reboot [Premiere + Download]

 To say that 4AM is new to the scene would be an understatement. Born as Grant Alexander and hailing from the provincial capital city of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, the electronic artist has only been on the radar for a few months.  Recently he made a name for himself with a remix of Tim Berg's famed track "Seek Bromance", an edit that seemed to slip between progressive and deep house. This time 4AM turns his creative touches to Zella Day's recent indie ode, "1965", a track that imparts Lana Del Rey's personality through vocals that swing from emotionally forceful to almost detached.  The rework continues Alexander's vision, blending extended and powerful builds with calculated deep breaks in a wonderfully contrasting fashion. Grab the free download below and take a listen to Zella Day's original.

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Zella Day - 1965 (4AM Reboot) ART (1)

Dance · Exclusive · Progressive


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