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Empire of the Sun – Walking On A Dream (Razz & Zack Martino Remix)

Dance music artists Razz & Zack Martino team up to bring a classic back to life. With Razz coming off a release on Kitchin Records, he and Zack Martino step up to the plate to remix the iconic Empire of The Sun record “Walking On a Dream” which brings back memories of a time in dance music where life was simpler, care free, and more exciting. A melodic rift coupled with a robust baseline creates an emotional connection to the record that can only result in good vibes. This remix which released at the turn of the month, is sure to be a festival staple once artists such as SNBRN, DR. Fresch, Hotel Garuda, Manilla Killa and more play it out, bringing a euphoric experience to their crowds.

Razz is making quite the name for himself in the music scene since the start of 2016 after premiering his single with Swrvn “Right Back” on Sirius XM Radio, BPM Channel 51. Razz started writing music at an early age through piano, guitar, and drums. Razz has opened for renowned artists such as Hardwell, Adventure Club, Fedde Le Grand, DJ Snake, Henry Fong, Dyro,Dannic, Lil Jon, Cedric Gervais, Audien, and many others. Additionally, Razz recently performed at the Music Festival ‘AbroadFest’ which was held at Razzmatazz, Shoko, and Danzatoria in Barcelona. Razz has also performed at venues such as Highline Ballroom, Tao(NYC), Stage 48, Spa- ceIbizaNY, Liberty Theater, Opium (Barcelona), Hilo, and Gansevoort.

In addition to Razz ability to weave melody at every turn, Zack a Martino also brings a unique complimentary set of skills to the table 20 year old electronic dance music producer & DJ born and raised in NYC. In 2015 Zack first turned industry heads by his unique sub genre to Progressive House. This darker sound has caught the attention of superstar Djs Tiesto, Martin Garrix, KSHMR, W&W, Billboard Magazine and SiriusXM radio.

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