EDM Goes Acoustic | Matthew Koma – The Cherrytree Sessions

For the select few of you who do not recognize the name Matthew Koma, you might be more familiar with the absolutely massive tracks he has provided vocals for. Maybe you’ve heard of a little song by Zedd called ‘Spectrum’? How about that monster beat by Alesso which goes by the name of ‘Years’?

We knew you would recognize know those.

Well, besides belting out unparalleled vocal pieces, Matthew Koma also happens to know a thing or two about the acoustic guitar. Acoustic guitar you ask? Yeah, we know. It’s this ancient and tangible recording device that you have to play live in order to produce music. Weird right? It’s actually made of wood and possesses five strings which can be physically plucked to produce sounds. Strange, we know.

However, thanks to Cherrytree Records, Matt has released three brand new acoustic tracks which pay tribute to some of the biggest songs in electronic music. Besides covering both tracks mentioned previously in this article , Mr. Koma has also done listeners a solid in covering a track that many would say is one of the best EDM has to offer. We are speaking of course of Zedd’s ‘Clarity’.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy some acoustic bliss by a man who you will certainly be hearing a lot more from.

This Song Just Wins: Matthew Koma – One Night (Vicetone Remix)[Happy]

One night in Bangkok? No, this is ‘One Night’ by Matthew Koma, remixed by the absolute bomb squad: Vicetone. Far better, in our esteemed opinion.

Matthew Koma is a name that exploded onto the scene (in some part, thanks to Zedd), as you’ll recognize him as the voice from ‘Spectrum’ – one of, if not the best dance song of 2012.

But 2013 is all about Vicetone. You have to know the name by now. The Dutch duo popped up on our radar way back in November, and they’re striking digital gold again.

This is a prime time sample of two very, very, up-and-coming artists. ‘One Night‘ has it all. That foggy, retro dance bass line that Vicetone is becoming famous for. Upbeat, passionate vocals from the young and promising Matthew Koma. With smooth, electric transitions and a touch of electro-pop, this might be one of the best we’ve heard yet from the lovely Vicetone.

Love it or leave it, you better gain way. You better hit the bull’s eye, the kid don’t play. And if there was a problem, yo, I’ll solve it.

Check out the hook while my DJ revolves it.

Straight Bumping, No Bullshit – Weekend Ragers [Happy]

When a song is so good that words do not suffice, you shut up and listen.

So shut up.

And listen.

Oh, and have a good weekend too. These songs will help.