Glastrophobie Goes Deeper With “Diamonds” Remix

Coming in all the way from Germany, Glastrophobie has been putting his personalized twist on remixes for the past year now, and has recently started to catch some serious fire. Some of the bigger and more recent support came from Tiesto, as he  played out Glastrophobie’s remix of “Red Lights” in his Club Life Podcast.

Now, Glastrophobie remixes the cover of “Diamonds” by Josef Salvat (Original by Rihanna), and manages to develop his own style of deep house, different than the influx of generic deep/future house that has been put out lately. He gives it the uplifting dance vibe that you could easily see being played out at an intimate club setting.

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Connor

Connor

Holding it down from the Pacific Northwest, another Seattle native, Connor has been in the EDM scene for the past several years. Messing around with all different sorts of sounds, Connor is the Dubstep Editor, but also loves genres from trap to trance. Connor will be planning to stay in the music industry after college, but for now; OTB all the way.
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