As the original has been commended by the likes of Afrojack, David Guetta, Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia among others, the grinding electro-house sounds responsible for dibbling R3hab and Swanky Tunes‘ Sending My Love firmly in the top flight of the global charts are replaced with the progressively anthemic touch of Ryan Raddon, also known as Kaskade. Unlike the original, which proceedings are iionized by the electrifying drop, the interpretation from the recently voted America’s Best DJ of 2011 unfolds a gorgeous break-down climax, in which Raddon exploits his adroit knack when it comes to sweeping piano chords and the impeccable voice of Charles Salter, better known as Max C, for the effort that is the first remix on Sending My Love
Premiered in the American’s debut on the Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1, Raddon comes off the emittance’s of Turn It Down and Eyes to prepare another debut, on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings. Whilst we are keenly anticipating the eighth artist album, from which How Long with Inpetto was just revealed, from Kaskade to drop, his established skillfulness as a top notch tunesmith is put to the test again. And yet again does he prove himself superior within the spheres of dance music aristocracy.
This remix is the first in line among a pallette of remixes and is set to release on December 19th alongside a take from Tommy Trash, have a listen!