Listen to this year’s standout artist breathe new life into the emotional track from nearly ten years ago.
Yeah, you read that right. Time does fly, doesn’t it? 2014 was a year in which we got some timeless gems in the EDM industry, we’re talking Galantis‘ ‘Runaway (U & I)‘, Porter Robinson‘s ‘Sad Machine‘, ZHU‘s ‘Faded‘, and the summer-scented mega collaboration between Sander van Doorn, Martin Garrix, DVBBS, and Aleesia, ‘Gold Skies‘. Also from 2014, is Seattle duo ODESZA‘s second album, In Return.
In Return was not only a collection of thirteen of the best pieces of the duo, but also home to ‘It’s Only‘, a heartwarming track featuring the vocals of Zyra. This one has seen a handful of revisions and remixes since its release, including a remix by a younger RÜFÜS DU SOL, and even a very own ODESZA VIP revision.
To the countless remixes already available for ‘It’s Only’, we add today the 2023 touch of an artist who’s taken the world by storm, and all without revealing its face. Enter Modapit.
Modapit: The Electronic Sensation Of 2023
We don’t know where he came from, nor where he’s headed, but we do know he’s doing so in style. January would see him salute the world under a dark veil with his debut track ‘Dancing‘. Later on, we’d get to hear from him in the form of an entire album, titled Devotion. Just a while ago, he followed the album with an excellent single, ‘Time To Run‘. And now, he gets to remix one of last decade’s core EDM tracks. Talk about growth.
But Modapit’s career has not been exclusively behind closed doors in his studio: he’s graced entire crowds with performances that include Imagine, and EDC Las Vegas. Couldn’t it just have been luck, you may ask? Well, feel free to bin that idea when you add to the equation the fact that he’s already booked to play Freaky Deaky, Countdown NYE, and EDC Orlando. He’s everywhere, and his music speaks for himself, just like he’s hoped for in past thoughts.
‘It’s Only (Modapit Remix)’
The artist’s tasty remix has come out today via Thrive Music, while licensed through Foreign Family Collective. “For me, being able to do this remix is an absolute dream come true“, confesses Modapit. “ODESZA is an artist that I draw a ton of inspiration from when I am thinking about my own project and creative directions. Every time I see them live, I get invigorated to take my own music to the next level”.
“Anything you hear from Modapit is truly an outward expression of how I feel.”
Modapit’s rendition of ‘It’s Only’ retains the melodic aspect, still coming as a caress to the feels when the intro goes away. Zyra’s soft vocals go hand in hand with the arpeggiated bells. Slowly we start to hear his own elements come to play, like the sustained trumpet-like bass.
The buildup prepares you and gets your hands high in the air, and then… silence. Enjoy the journey up, with a couple of Synthwave-resembling instruments, and then, boom, there’s the drop. Powerful, punchy, and melodic, perfect for a calmer drop at a big festival. I really enjoy the direction of the remix, bringing a tough four-on-the-floor beat, yet without forgetting the warm roots of the ODESZA hit, born almost an entire decade ago.
Listen to the remix right below for your Spotify play, and click here to support Modapit‘s take on ODESZA feat. Zyra’s ‘It’s Only’ on the platform of your choosing. Also, keep your eyes peeled, as we’ll be having a little chat with the groundbreaking artist in the near future!
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By: Felipe Latorre Cabello
Title: Modapit Reimagines ODESZA And Zyra’s Classic Track ‘It’s Only’
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Published Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2023 12:30:30 +0000
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Terminal V Announces Phase One of 2024 Lineup
Scotland’s unmissable electronic music festival, Terminal V, will return to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre for another weekend of cutting edge production, world-class sound, and epic sets from more than 80 international artists and homegrown talent. The year will be the 10th edition of the biggest electronic music festival in the country, on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 April 2024, more than 40,000 music fans will come together over two days, with the likes of Hannah Laing, DJ Daddy Trance, Nico Moreno, 999999999, Sara Landry, Charlie Sparks, Indira Paganotto, blk., OGUZ, Franck and all set to perform across five indoor and outdoor stages – plus many more still to be announced.
Pre-sale tickets go on sale Wednesday, November 29 at 9am, before general sale on Friday, November 30 at 9am, both available at terminalv.co.uk/festival.
4 Month Payment Plans will be available on Weekend Tickets for £20+bf until midnight 30th November.
“We pride ourselves on bringing together world-renowned acts with local homegrown talent alongside incredible stage production all packaged up together giving our attendees the most memorable, incredible immersive experience, with our 2024 spring festival sure to be no different, with such a huge international lineup with many artists still to be announced. We’re set for yet another amazing weekend sure to be the biggest yet”
— Derek Martin, Terminal V Co-Festival Director
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Published Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2023 17:25:46 +0000
Seattle Producer And DJ Subset Has Been Reported Missing
Seattle-based producer and DJ, Subset, has been reported missing.
Subset–real name Mark Martinez–was last seen in Tacoma, Washington on Wednesday, November 22, according to the Seattle Police Department and a Facebook group created by his sister, Diane, to aid in search efforts.
Martinez’s last known sighting was also on the same date he failed to show up for his gig at Seattle’s Q Nightclub.
Despite rumors on social media that Martinez had been found, Diane clarified in the same Facebook group yesterday that neither she, nor the police, have had any contact with him. Diane added that according to police phone records, his phone last had a signal on November 22.
“You can reach out to me or if you have any sightings/tips/info reach out to the Seattle Police,” she wrote. “Thank you so much. I will post the most accurate info here that I can. I need to find my brother. I will literally do anything.”
Martinez has long been an essential figure in dance music, becoming a staple performer at events like Camp Bisco, Holy Ship! and Burning Man, in addition to hosting and curating Webster Hall’s BASSment Saturdays parties in NYC; working as a Media Manager for Lost Lands; and earning a devout following via Twitch.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mark Martinez—aka Subset—is urged to contact Diane Martinez at (210) 833-2461.
Additional details concerning Martinez’s last known location and appearance are available in the missing persons poster below.
Featured image from Subset via Instagram. Credit: Chelsea Hope.
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By: Peter Volpe
Title: Seattle Producer And DJ Subset Has Been Reported Missing
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Published Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2023 20:22:27 +0000
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Study Says Microdosing Psychedelics Helps with ADHD
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects both children and adults. It is characterized by symptoms such as inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, which can significantly impact daily functioning and quality of life. While there are various treatment options available, including medication and therapy, researchers are constantly exploring new avenues to improve the lives of individuals with ADHD. Recently, a groundbreaking study conducted by the Department of Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology at Maastricht University in the Netherlands has shed light on the potential benefits of microdosing psychedelics for people with ADHD.
The study aimed to investigate the effects of microdosing non-hallucinogenic psychedelics on mindfulness and personality traits in individuals with ADHD. Over the course of four weeks, nearly 250 participants were asked to repeatedly take small amounts of these substances, while their mindfulness and personality traits were measured. The results of the study were both intriguing and promising.
The Link Between Microdosing and Mindfulness
One of the key findings of the study was that over 80% of the participants reported practicing mindfulness. This suggests a potential connection between microdosing psychedelics and the cultivation of mindfulness in individuals with ADHD. Mindfulness is the practice of being fully present and engaged in the present moment, without judgment. It has been shown to have numerous benefits for mental health, including reducing stress and anxiety, improving focus and attention, and enhancing overall well-being.
The results of the study indicated that trait mindfulness, particularly the aspects of description and non-reactivity, were significantly increased in individuals who had been microdosing psychedelics. This suggests that microdosing may have the potential to enhance mindfulness in individuals with ADHD, which could have a positive impact on their symptoms and overall functioning.
It is important to note that the study focused specifically on non-hallucinogenic psychedelics, which means that participants did not experience any psychedelic effects or hallucinations. Instead, they took small amounts of these substances that were below the threshold for producing any perceptible changes in consciousness. This approach was chosen to minimize potential risks and ensure the safety of the participants.
The Role of Microdosing in ADHD Treatment
The findings of this study have significant implications for the treatment of ADHD. Currently, the most common treatment options for ADHD include medication, such as stimulants or non-stimulants, and behavioral therapy. While these treatments can be effective for many individuals, they are not without their limitations. Some individuals may experience side effects from medication, or find that their symptoms are not adequately controlled. In addition, therapy may not be accessible or affordable for everyone.
Microdosing psychedelics could potentially offer a new and alternative treatment option for individuals with ADHD. By enhancing mindfulness and improving attention and focus, microdosing may help individuals better manage their symptoms and improve their overall well-being. It is worth noting that microdosing should always be approached with caution and under the guidance of a healthcare professional, as it is still a relatively new and understudied area.
Further research is needed to fully understand the potential benefits and risks of microdosing psychedelics for ADHD. However, this study provides a solid foundation for future investigations and highlights the importance of exploring innovative approaches to ADHD treatment.
The recent study conducted by the Department of Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology at Maastricht University has provided valuable insights into the potential benefits of microdosing psychedelics for individuals with ADHD. The findings suggest that microdosing may enhance mindfulness and improve traits associated with ADHD, offering a new and alternative treatment option for those living with the condition.
As with any new treatment approach, it is important to approach microdosing psychedelics with caution and under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Safety and responsible use should always be the top priority. With continued research and open-mindedness, the potential benefits of microdosing psychedelics for ADHD may become clearer, offering new possibilities for individuals seeking relief from the challenges associated with this condition.
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By: Oscar Yerushalmi
Title: Study Says Microdosing Psychedelics Helps with ADHD
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Published Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2023 17:04:58 +0000
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