Sunday School #35: Cazzette

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By: Forward Musiq

On the 35th edition of Sunday School we come back with a bang, talking about one of the most talented new groups in electro, Cazzette.

The Swedish dance duo Cazzette, consisted of Sebastian Furrer and Alexander Bjorklund, have seemingly come out of nowhere to take the electro movement by storm. The backbone of this young musical group is Ash Pournouri, who has quite a lot of experience taking young EDM talent and turning them into super stars, as he is credited for helping also create Avicii’s fame. Cazzette is already one of the leading acts in EDM and they just started in 2011.

Cazzette rose to fame remixing Avicii’s “Sweet Dreams” and bootlegging Swedish House Mafia’s “Save the World”, which is regarded by SHM as an official remix and Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain”. Ever since these career starting productions hit, Cazzette have in a very short time worked on many bootlegs, remixes and remixes of remixes AND on original productions like  “The Shining”, “Hit Da Face”, “The Rat” and their biggest hit which rose them to superstardom in 2012, “Beam Me Up”. And yes, they actually made a vs. mix with Baauer on his track “Harlem Shake”

The absolute biggest names in the EDM world back up this impressive and supremely talented productions wizard. Names like Martin Solveig, Tiesto and David Guetta have given Cazzette high praise. Cazzette is leading the charge in the new wave of electronic music, with dub and electro house as their main weapons. They are not here to change the face of what electro is, they are here to make the best electro in the world and make dancefloors explode. They are poised to take over the electro scene and make their mark in the worldwide EDM movement.

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