Sound Remedy Gives Back To Seattle
Sound Remedy made his second appearance in Seattle within a year at Foundation Night Club earlier this month. Those who were fortunate to be able to go out on a Wednesday will tell you that it was one hell of a party. Sound Remedy has a special sound to him that is not easily describable. For all of you who are not familiar with Sound Remedy, then before you read anymore I invite you to listen to a couple of his tracks. Here are some of my favorites from this amazingly talented artist.
Noosa – Walk on By (Sound Remedy Remix)
Sound Remedy – Chiaroscuro
Sound Remedy has had some huge mild stones in Washington; his first festival last year at Paradiso 2013, to his first sold out show at the Crocodile. I knew missing him at Foundation wasn’t an option. With an amazing crew and one pumped up crowd I knew Foundation was destined for a good night.
Sound Remedy came on stage with an uproar by the crowd. Fans of Sound Remedy are very dedicated and show him as much love as possible. The crowd was very different from a normal night; no one was pushing or shoving. People who were there seemed to have gone for Sound Remedy rather than a place to drink and dance. Nothing makes me happier when people go to a show because they love the artist and the music they make. It is a sight that is always amazing to see.
The past two times I have been fortunate to see Sound Remedy he stayed true to himself by playing his own music and other crowd favorites within his genre. However there was a couple things that threw me off during his set. The first was that Sound Remedy dropped Martin Garrix’s song “Animals” two different times throughout his set. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love Animals, if Martin Garrix is playing it, but do not like when other artists use big room house when that is not the kind of artist they are. The other being that he double dropped Dillon Francis “Bootleg Fireworks.” It was hard for me to get back into his set when he wasn’t even playing his own music for a lot of his set. However, Sound Remedy’s might have been trying out different genres to see where the crowd’s head was at.
Things turned around at the last 30 minutes of his set. He started playing strictly his own music. I wish artists could do this for their whole set but was just happy to get it in, in the end. I danced and sang along with every song and was so happy that I went. If you ever get a chance to see Sound Remedy at your next festival or local show, make sure you check him out as he is going to be doing some big things this year. Personally, Sound Remedy is still one of my favorite artists.
I hope one day he will drop my favorite remixed song by him, which you can listen to here.
Imogen Heap – Hide and Seek (Sound Remedy Remix)
Make sure to check out our OTB interview with Sound Remedy for more information on what he is doing in 2014 Here!
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