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Kaskade Is Dropping A New Version Of “Haunt Me”

Kaskade‘s recent set at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles was one for the books. Not only did it continue his legacy of exceptional events in LA, but it was the first truly public concert at the stadium ever.

Kaskade, real name Ryan Raddon, knew he had to honor this momentous occasion every way he could, and he came through in fine style. He had the biggest stage production, he had the biggest opening acts (like deadmau5), and he even reworked some of his music for the massive setting.

One of the most notable reworks was a new version of “Haunt Me,” Raddon’s minimal house ballad featuring The Moth & The Flame on vocals. Normally, this track would have no place in a stadium set, but Raddon took the ghostly energy and channeled it into a heavy techno-tinged banger.

Now, Raddon is releasing this new mix, entitled “Haunt Me V2”, this Friday, September 3, he announced via an Instagram post. Check out part of what Raddon had to say about the new mix:

“I spent some time in the studio making this mix specifically to play at SoFi. I needed to find that balance of it being epic enough for a stadium but not take away from the song itself because it is so beautiful in its original form.”

View the whole Instagram post below and you can watch Kaskade’s full set from SoFi here. “Haunt Me V2” comes in around 39:00.

 

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Harry Levin

Hi my name is Harry Levin. I live in LA and I'm an absolute lover of music.

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