The multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated, Swedish producer joins other high-profile names, including VIVa MUSiC boss Steve Lawler, to reinterpret the work of emerging talent, SANJAY…
Multi-platinum Grammy-nominated Swedish producer, Zoo Brazil, delivers a head-turning remix of ‘Dark Force Angel’, the new single from fast-rising Los Angeles artist SANJAY. Released on 3rd February 2023, Zoo Brazil’s stylish remix emanates melodic, indie dance flavours from start to finish. Punchy drum grooves, driving percussion and SANJAY’s cathartic vocals all come out to play here, firmly gripping from the outset. It follows other high-profile acts to have reworked SANJAY’s music ahead of his forthcoming album, ‘Ancestral Visions’, including Davi (Crosstown Rebels) and Steve Lawler (VIVa).
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Based in Stockholm, John Andersson, better known as Zoo Brazil, has enjoyed a stellar career as a record producer, songwriter and DJ. He remixed Giorgio Moroder & Kylie Minogue’s “Right Here, Right Now” hitting #1 on the Billboard Dance Chart and landed on Steve Angello’s Size Records with “Save Us” – a collab with Per QX. He has performed all over the world at clubs including Ministry of Sound, Space and Pacha, and has played underground clubs and festivals all over the world. Andersson’s versatility has seen him write music for Hollywood movies, TV shows such as Nip/Tuck and channels such as BBC, Discovery, MTV, HBO, Channel 4 and more.
SANJAY is a unique talent. The producer, engineer, guitarist, singer and DJ made his debut release, ‘Initiation’, in 2021 giving the world an initial taste of his core ethos: Music is Medicine. Now residing in the Joshua Tree desert in California, his eclectic mix of acoustic and electronica can be traced back to the deep, dancey sets he spun on the playa at Burning Man and honing his craft with members of the Gypsy Kings as they toured the world. Zoo Brazil’s remix of ‘Dark Force Angel’ will shine a deserved light on this special artist ahead of his new album and one-man live show and DJ sets.
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