Amazon Music Unlimited | Rich X Search – Metaverse (StoneBridge VIP Mix)
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — Stockholm’s StoneBridge continued his run of incredibly beautiful techno and funky deep house beats. No area of electronic dance music is left uncharted on this funky track: The new wave of Silicon Valley electronica as practised by its foremost experimentalists Rich X Search. On the remix front StoneBridge has proved himself to be a step ahead of the game. Overheard at the recent music conference in New York pondering whether, now the US has gone loopy for AI. Tough luck, AI one. The AI is essentially making you an offer which you won’t find particularly hard to refuse. StoneBridge’s wonderful VIP Mix ‘Metaverse” has not only bridged the gap between house and techno, but also gone on to become certainly staple on all kinds of dance floors the world over. “Metaverse (Stonebridge VIP Mix)“, for instance, rolls in menacingly with sinister waveforms and the electro-powered bass line. And, yeah, Stoneridge’s funky beats mean “Rich X Search – Metaverse (StoneBridge VIP Mix)” is amazing. Check out Rich X Search – Metaverse (Stonebridge VIP Mix) on Amazon Music.
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