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EDM Lounge Interviews Cazzette

I was able to enjoy a brief chat with Sebastian Furrer and Alexander Bjorklund, the Swedish duo better known as Cazzette, before their set Saturday night at the Midwest's first ever Electric Daisy Carnival in Chicago. The two made a huge debut into the scene in 2011 after their first release of the remix "Sweet Dreams," originally remixed by Avicii. Their manager Ash Pournouri, most notable for Avicii's stardom, is one of the scene's behind-the-scenes powerhouses, but it looks like his magic has been working on Cazzette's rise to fame as well. "Beam Me Up" has been blowing up the charts, generating a combined total of 8 million views on YouTube and 4.4 million streams on Spotify, leaving the world in the palm of their hands. I wanted to see what they were going to do with it.

Sierra Rose: This is the first EDC Chicago, how does it feel to be here?

Sebastian Fuller: We really love Chicago as a city and the crowd here is amazing. We just play clubs here basically so, this is the first time doing a festival here so its really exciting and it's EDC so..

Alexander Bjorklund: Yeah, it's cool to be apart of the first one, ya know?

SR: How do you think Chicago will compare to other EDCs?

SF: It's really tough. First of all, it's raining today (laughter)

AB: There was really good sun in New York and even though Vegas wasn't it was still pretty hot, so...

SF: Ask us after our set. (laughter)

SR: After the set? Okay! Do you prefer the festival or the club scene? I've seen you guys at The Mid the past two times you have been there and they were awesome shows but I've also seen you at Ultra, which was equally amazing, so?

SF: Well I mean, we love clubs and festivals but I think we like to do festivals sometimes and sometimes clubs. Because if you just do festivals for awhile, it just gets boring, if you just do clubs for a while it gets boring. Theaters too are very cool. That's like maybe the best one because it's like a festival but still very intimate. You can look, see people in their faces and you know reactions and stuff like that.

SR: How long did it take to create "Eject"?

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"Beam Me Up" - Cazzette (Official Music Video)

Swedish duo Cazzette have officially released “Beam Me Up,” the single on the first part of their new album “Eject,” which is found solely on Spotify. The “Beam Me Up” music video describes the euphoric nature of the Cazzette epidemic characterized by the song’s discordant, glitchy lead play, uplifting basslines, and rhythmic beat work. The futures of Alexander Björklund and Sebastian Furrer are promising to say the least with Avicii’s manager Ash Pournouri also being the duo’s main mentor. Stephan Kuwabara’s testimony from the video aptly foretells music industry transitions veering away from CDs and MP3 down the line where "it’s like a religion. Instead of the cross, we have the CAZZETTE."

By Kiren Srinivasan


Track of the Day: "Niggas in Paris" (Cazette Ash That Shit Cray Remix)

This Shit Cray. Powerhouse duo Cazzette just dropped the video of their Niggas In Paris mix, which they’ve played in almost, if not all of their recent sets. The Swedes have taken the hype original track and seamlessly blended their distinct, intense Electro House style into it.  Niggas In Paris has been said to have qualities of a dubstep track, something Cazzette made sure to attend to. As if the track isn’t hype enough, any EDM festival lover will get that reminiscent “butterflies” when watching the video, filled with footage from their EDC Vegas experience. Enjoy.

By Will Payne

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Guaranteed Fresh Cazzette Remix of "Rolling Stones T-Shirt" - Dada Life

This hot new remix of Electro House duo Dada Life's epic newly released track "Rolling Stones T-Shirt" is sure to be a hit. Cazzette improves on Dada Life's original Electro House banger, proving yet again his great abilities at remixing (popular past remixes incl. Swedish House Mafia's "Save the World" and Avicii's "Levels"). This bumping track builds well, and ends with a little bit of Tiësto. Check it out. 

By Edward Fancher