Paris Blohm has come a long way since ‘Left Behinds’ was released, and now he’s back with another massive track. A remix for the Galantis & Hook N Sling collab, ‘Love On Me’ and it’s phenomenal. Plus, it’s available completely free!
Listen to ‘Galantis & Hook N Sling – Love On Me (Paris Blohm Remix)’ here and grab the free download!
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Now, this isn’t the first time Paris has stepped away from progressive house. In fact, his last remix wasn’t progressive house either. His remix he did in collaboration with Nolan van Lith for The Chainsmokers’ song ‘All We Know’ was done in a very similar style. Could this mean Paris is going away from progressive house? It’s not uncommon for artists to branch out and try something new.
Listen to ‘The Chainsmokers – All We Know ft, Phoebe Ryan (Paris Blohm & Nolan van Lith Remix) here.
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It’s not just Paris either. More and more artists are stepping away from their typical styles and trying out new things. Hardwell with ‘No Holding Back’ and now ‘Thinking About You’, Slushii with his track ‘So Long’, and Martin Garrix with ‘In The Name of Love’.
Does this mean we should expect changes from more artist, or is this just a phase?
Who knows? Only time will tell.