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Single Review: Mavrick ‘Remedy’

Swedish producer Mavrick has released new dance-pop single Remedy from his upcoming debut album.

Based in Stockholm, the 25-year-old describes his music as sounds from the windy coasts of Sweden. 

Mavrick says he’s about making pop music with a sonically sophisticated twist.

"I want the listener to think of my music as fresh and new, but I also want them to hear it in ten years time and still think it's a good song," he says. 

His new single Remedy is full of all the elements that make up classic nightclub and festival bangers.

The song begins softly with soulful vocals and keyboard, chased by a super deep bass that drives the verse towards the first chorus and drop. Backed by Rudimental-inspired high tempo percussion, the song’s drop is sure to evoke some grooves.

However, what makes Remedy different to most drum and bass tunes is the smooth counter choral-like synthesizer and overlaying vocals throughout the song. It gives Remedy a colossal sound, lifting the song above just something to dance to. It’s an evolving piece of music that keeps your ears engaged for the entirety of the song rather than waiting on its ensuring drops.

Mavrick is in the process of finishing his debut album, in which he plans to push the sonic and melodic boundaries of both pop and standard drum and bass music.

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