On McKinney Music, “the best independent music magazine in the UK“, Adagio Jones, a rising artist who is making waves in the EDM/Dance scene with their distinctive sound and high-energy performances, recently released “Flowers.”

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Rising artist Adagio Jones has released their latest album, a high-energy cover of Miley Cyrus’ hit song “Flowers,” which is sure to please EDM/Dance fans all over the world. The well-known song has been given its own unique spin by Adagio Jones, who has given it infectious beats and dynamic synth arrangements that are sure to get listeners moving.

“Flowers”

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Flowers – Adagio Jones

The cover of “Flowers” takes the original’s snappy style and expands upon it with throbbing rhythms and energizing drops, conveying a new interpretation of the track that makes certain to pack the dancefloor at a club or party. Adagio Jones has brought their particular sound to the cover, mixing components of house, techno, and daze to make a track that is both of the present day and timeless at the same time.

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The production team wanted to create a version that would get people moving and energized, something that would really bring the song to life in a new way, mentioned Baad Amplitude, Adagio Jones Producer. They’d always been a fan of Miley Cyrus, and when they heard “Flowers”, they knew they had to put their own spin on it. With this cover, the producer believes they’ve accomplished that.

500kFRQNCY

According to 500kFRQNCY, a musician and another of Adagio Jones’ producers, after the arrangement was sorted, the creators sought to incorporate an energetic drum treatment and transient management at the new faster tempo and find some complementary equalization for the mid-bass and sub-bass tracks that had been recorded so they could be carved out in a complementary fashion.

The Production Process Behind “Flowers”

The next step was to process all 26 vocal tracks that had been recorded in a different studio. This was done to make sure that the vocal tracks would keep the elegant line while also becoming powerful enough to compete with the rhythm section’s energy.

This cycle included bouncing out a stereo combination of leveled and panned vocals into Melodyne Studio and adding the perfect proportion of style with compression while brightening the mix. Then, the produced stereo pair was imported back into the track and offset in the mix with the first natural 26 tracks running parallel to find some kind of harmony among sweetening and singing styles.

The whole track was then hit with 1″ Type 456 tape at 30 ips on the Repro head on a classic Ampex tape simulation. Kush’s Clariphonic owned the mid/side EQ obligations and the Neve 33609 wound up fixing everything together pleasantly.

Adagio Jones News

Adagio Jones has been making waves in the EDM/Dance scene with their distinctive sound and high-energy performances, and the release of the “Flowers” cover continues this progression perfectly.

They have made rapid progress with recent releases like Smile, which is being considered to be the theme song for a major Hollywood studio’s summer feature film. Adagio Jones is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the genre with a growing fan base and praise from critics.

Adagio Jones encourages fans to crank up the volume and feel the energy of their latest release, “Flowers,” which is now available on all major streaming platforms.

Headroom Heros

The musicians behind “Flowers” have also been making waves with their most recent Headroom Heros releases in addition to their work as Adagio Jones. Their most recent single, “1984”, is influenced by the classic novel by George Orwell and has lyrics that hint at the headlines about government overreach in the news today. The song demonstrates the artists’ capacity to address difficult subjects and convey socially relevant messages through music.

But Headroom Heros have also released a lighthearted and irreverent track called “ChatTCB”, which mocks the rise of AI and jokingly imagines a world where ChatGPT takes over. The song demonstrates their willingness to push the boundaries of their art and take risks.

Headroom Heroes, like Adagio Jones, have established themselves as one of the music scene’s most innovative and thought-provoking acts with these recent releases. Their ability to combine humorous lyrics, socially relevant lyrics, and infectious beats is certain to attract new and existing fans.

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