Ellie Goulding

Dance/Electronica music has become an extremely popular musical genre in Europe.  In the past few years, many European artists have become very successful creators in this realm of music.  While popular artists such as Armin van Buuren and Tiesto being some of the biggest names in the Dance/Trance genre, many new artists are discovering many niches within the broad scope of the genre to which they shine out of.

One such artist is Ellie Goulding.  Her most popular song, Lights, has become well-known in the Dance/Electronica genre.  The popularity of this song has only been made greater due to excellent remixes by artists like Bassnectar, a Dubstep artist.  Combining her very strong European accent with the excellent electronic music accompaniment, Ellie brings a very rich listening experience to the Dance/Electronica fan.

Ellie Goulding – Lights

Ellie Goulding – Lights (Bassnectar Remix)

Being a fan of the Dance genre, I have found myself coming back to listen to this song quite often.  Her vocals, combined with the distinct flavour that the Dance/Electronica genre is known for, brings a refreshing listening experience to me.  I hope you feel the same way after listening to this song.

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One thought on “Ellie Goulding

  1. kerianne26 says:

    I really enjoyed this! Her vocals are really fresh and lovely to listen too. I really appreciate electronic music that doesn’t distort the vocal sound. Pop music tends to have so many effects on the singers voice that listeners probably could not recognize the singers natural voice if they heard.

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