Meadowlark – May I Have This Dance (EMBRZ remix)

EMBRZ Meadowlark

EMBRZ releases a BEAUTIFUL remix of Meadowlark’s cover to May I Have This Dance by Francis and the Lights featuring Chance The Rapper. I know, a lot of levels to the versions. This is a remix of a cover, but not matter the levels of musical inception, the final product is spectacularly composed.

The producer from Dublin, Ireland turned Meadowlark’s remix into a euphoric, atmospheric electronic song with bright melodies and uplifting chord structures. The vocals by Meadowlark create a comforting environment of soft tones and eloquent breaths of fresh air. EMBRZ came in and added a wider ambiance to the entire vocal track, implementing new instruments with bright melodic feels.

Meadowlark’s rendition is a stripped down vocal version that’s simply stunning. The duo from Bristol, England truly discovered the originals’ emotional core.

EMBRZ released his debut EP, Progress, this summer, and it’s quite the listen. If you’re into atmospheric indie tracks with bright melodies and beautiful vocals, I suggest you take a listen through. His atmospheric elements and melody arrangements remind me a bit of Porter Robinson.

Jack Casey aka EMBRZ is a completely self-taught musician. He’s done official remixes for Ellie Goulding (How Long Will I Love You), The 1975 (Settle Down), and Carly Rae Jepsen (Run Away With Me), which helped him launch his career as a full-time music producer.

Chris Stack

After graduating from Kenyon College, Chris Stack joined a branding and marketing startup, BrandYourself (as seen on SharkTank), in New York City. After leading the company to grow past profitability as a leading account manager, Chris set his sights on his passion: music. He currently runs his own LLC in New York City, helping musicians in the city with their online presence and marketability. A native of the Washington DC area, Chris Stack's passions and hobbies include music production (8 years on Ableton), marketing, baseball (Mets), football (Ravens), Netflix n chillin, and the experience economy.

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