Betty Who, “All of You (Dave Edwards Remix)”

Betty Who, an artist that continues to surprise listeners with her in-your-face brand of pop, is swiftly moving her way up the Top 40 food chain devouring any pop star that stands in her way. It comes to no shock, then, that NYC electro-pop producer, Dave Edwards, has manipulated and flipped Who’s “All of You” off 2014’s Take Me When You Leave into a progressive, piano laden banger that exudes pure joy. Edwards’ touch is hard to be missed in this remix as it is built entirely around his formula of injecting carefree, upbeat electro pop into an infectious hit that’s already sweet enough to make a dentist have a heart attack. Here, however, his touch is carefully implemented in a way that makes his use of piano aggressive, yet surprisingly delicate showing a softer side to the producer which is seldom seen.

This remix may very well be serious competition against tracks like Galantis’ “Runaway” for 2015’s Top 40 summer anthem, so be sure to go to Edwards’ SoundCloud page for details on the free download. Listen to his remix of Betty Who’s “All of You” below.

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Author: zacheser

zacheser is on the rise as a standout DJ in the underground dance music scene in Washington, D.C. Known for his indelible energy, eclectic curation skills, and knack for experimentation, he has carved out a niche for himself that focuses on good vibes and an in the moment mentality making each of his sets a unique spectacle. During the course of his short career thus far, zacheser has shared bills with artists like Hannah Wants, Nic Fanciulli, Saeed Younan, Caleb L'Etoile/Wave Age, DJ Provoke (Modern Class), Will Eastman, and Philco in addition to playing at some of the DMV's most well-known nightlife spots including Rock & Roll Hotel, The Velvet Lounge, 9:30 Club Backbar, Flash Nightclub, and the Red Maple. He's also the Managing Editor for Washington, D.C.'s premier underground dance collective/blog, BLISSPOP, in addition to being a vocal member of the body positive movement.