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DJ Snake Get’s A Fresh Makeover Courtesy Of Devault

DJ Snake Get’s A Fresh Makeover Courtesy Of Devault
Chad Hirsch

As the year rounds out to a close the name Devault should be high up on your radar for 2018. With remixes for Kehlani and AlunaGeorge among many others as well as smashing originals, The Southern California based producer has definitely made a name for himself. Rounding out the year he’s dropped a delicious treat for DJ Snake’s latest original featuring Lauv. This remix of ‘A Different Way’ takes elements of house music and combines with a groovy mid tempo beat spicing it up compared to the original. This type of style seems to be a new concept that Devault is working on and is surely gaining him some traction. Below is a quote from the man himself and links to check out more of his work.

“DJ Snake dm’d me the stems and I was honored to put my style on this song” he notes. I wanted to bring in some old house-like influence to a mid tempo space and it turned out fresh and new to my ear.”

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Chad Hirsch
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Huge fan of electronic music and everything that surrounds it. Born and raised near Chicago.

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