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The Music Behind The Mask: marshmello

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The anonymous identity behind one of EDM’s newest producers has been the gossip of fans for months now. Debates intensify as new theories develop in regards to the man (or could it be a woman?) under the mask: is it Dotcom? Is it Martin Garrix? Is it a group of artists? The list of theories is progressively growing and all of them seem to make sense in their own ways.

Despite the identity argument, Marshmello has unified fans in a rare way, creating an atmosphere that focuses on the music, which by the way, is extremely unique in its own sense.  Marshmello’s songs consist of a hybrid trap production that feature a flare of future bass and house that humorously mimic his fluffy appearance. Each of his songs immediately put you in that feel-good state of being and are a perfect addition to any spring break playlist.

So, with spring break quickly approaching, and Marshmello on PSG’s Xtreme Spring Break lineup, here are 5 Marshmello songs to add to your playlist.

Buy your tickets to Xtreme Spring Break 2016 here

 

KnOw ME

BoUnCE

SuMmeR

KeEp IT MeLLo Ft. Omar LinX

ShOw YoU

BONUS TRACK: Diplo & Friends Guest Mix

Also, if you haven’t, check out Mello’s remix to Adele’s “Hello”. The full version is available for download through this SoundCloud link or on his website as a free download.

 

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marshmello Remixes Adele’s “Hello” And It Is The Best Thing You Will Hear Today [Free DL]

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The masked and mysterious marshmello has been putting out future bass bangers for months now. His latest release off of his Joytime Collective–that has been fighting SoundCloud copyright infringement for a week–is an absolutely amazing remix of Adele’s “Hello”. One of the better tracks I’ve heard in quite some time, pick up that free download before this song is removed from the internet entirely here.

Who Is marshmello?

No one has confirmation on the true identity of marshmello, a producer who prefers an anonymous lifestyle. However, there is strong evidence to that he *could be* Dotcom. Katie Couric did an in-depth interview with Skrillex, and during this interview he covered a range of topics when suddenly he was interrupted by a phone call that he actually took mid-conversation. At first calling the person “Chris”, then only referring to him as “marshmello”, could this be a hint at his real identity? Possibly. Let’s break it down:

marshmello’s Twitter account has only several thousand followers, not as many as you might expect from someone affiliated closely with an artist of Skrillex’s caliber. Some of these thousand include Jauz, Sikdope, and Dotcom. These artists are all managed by Moe Shalizi and also always repost any track of marshmello’s when they drop on SoundCloud. All of these artists are also a part of Circle Talent Agency booking. Skrillex referring to marshmello as “Chris” during his (probably staged) phone call leads some to believe his real identity could be Chris Comstock a.k.a. Dotcom. A few days after the Katie Couric interview marshmello released his track entitled “KnOw ME” with Couric’s picture on the album art; a hat tip to the interview incident.

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marshmello Remixes Adele’s “Hello” And It Is The Best Thing You Will Hear Today

marshmellohello

The masked and mysterious marshmello has been putting out future bass bangers for months now. His latest release off of his Joytime Collective–that has been fighting SoundCloud copyright infringement for a week–is an absolutely amazing remix of Adele’s “Hello”. One of the better tracks I’ve heard in quite some time, pick up that free download before this song is removed from the internet entirely here.

Who Is marshmello?

No one has confirmation on the true identity of marshmello, a producer who prefers an anonymous lifestyle. However, there is strong evidence to that he *could be* Dotcom. Katie Couric did an in-depth interview with Skrillex, and during this interview he covered a range of topics when suddenly he was interrupted by a phone call that he actually took mid-conversation. At first calling the person “Chris”, then only referring to him as “marshmello”, could this be a hint at his real identity? Possibly. Let’s break it down:

marshmello’s Twitter account has only several thousand followers, not as many as you might expect from someone affiliated closely with an artist of Skrillex’s caliber. Some of these thousand include Jauz, Sikdope, and Dotcom. These artists are all managed by Moe Shalizi and also always repost any track of marshmello’s when they drop on SoundCloud. All of these artists are also a part of Circle Talent Agency booking. Skrillex referring to marshmello as “Chris” during his (probably staged) phone call leads some to believe his real identity could be Chris Comstock a.k.a. Dotcom. A few days after the Katie Couric interview marshmello released his track entitled “KnOw ME” with Couric’s picture on the album art; a hat tip to the interview incident.

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