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Tangle vs Avii - Hybrid

March 03, 2014
Electro, progressive, and trance. Whether you try to keep these genres apart, or welcome them being blended, there can be no denying that it’s a lethally effective combination. Add a little half-tempo in the breakdown, a heart-wrenching vocal, and you truly have a ‘Hybrid’ of all things EDM. Tangle and Avii are shaking up the scene, and for good reason – it takes young producers with a broader understanding of the scene as a whole to shake up preconceived notions and antiquated traditions. The future is less about boundaries, and more about integration. ‘Hybrid’ is proof that the change is not only possible, but welcome.


  1. 1. Hybrid (Radio Edit) (03:19)
  2. 2. Hybrid (Original Mix) (05:19)
Keplar quality