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Hot Track Alert: Where The Wild Things Are (Cozway Remix)

Vancouver bass DJ Cozway is bringing the heat to the table with his official remix for Zeds Dead and Illenium, Where The Wild Things Are. With his music appearing all over from Coachella to EDC, Cozway is on the rise with his unique style of bass.

Sometimes the music speaks for itself. Listen to Cozway’s official remix below:

Cozway’s track, Windbreaker, was #27 on Fuxwithit’s Top 50 songs of 2017. If you are in Victoria/Vancouver area, you are in luck, as Cozway appears on numerous support at shows in the area. 2018 is not slowing Cozway down in any way, with a performance already lined up for SXSW in Austin, Texas on March 15th.

You can keep track on his latest tracks on his SoundCloud below.

What do you think about the Cozway Remix? Let us know in the comments below!

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