We all have guilty musical pleasures, whether it be something like boy bands or early 2000’s pop-punk which is the case for many of us in our early 20’s. Today, Your EDM brings you a remix from Kasum of the hit “Ocean Avenue” by Yellowcard. The 2004 single was reinvented into a dubstep creation that partners soaring synths with tasteful growls that add just enough grit to the mix. Big sounds make this one favorable for a set and if you have a crowd that is the right age, then you know they will go off for something like this! Nostalgia and bass music? What a touching experience. Grab this free download from Kasum and make sure to check out his other remixes!
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