David Di Sabato releases impressive melodic remix of ‘Moth To A Flame’
Milan-based DJ and producer David Di Sabato releases exceptional melodic-techno bootleg from Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd Butterfly with a flame.
On the way to becoming one of the greatest songs of the Swedish House Mafia, Night butterfly in a flame has already reached 50M + streams on Spotify alone. Tons of unofficial bootlegs, edits, and remixes have been released over the past few weeks. Most of them turn the original into a festival-ready banger; an example is Dubvision, played by Martin Garrix during the EDC festival.
Today we want to bring your attention to a more melodic and underground techno version, where The Weeknd’s voice gets lost in relaxing piano lines and strings.. The whole piece has been rearranged, with soft and intimate sequences and ethereal chords. The hypnotic and soothing rhythm engages on the drop, where a delicate arpeggio collides with the rhythm of the large percussions for an extraordinary sensation.
David Di Sabato is nothing new in this review of famous songs. He injected his soft and delicate sound signature into Coldplay Higher power. He’s also able to go tough with ethereal techno as his Lyke edit proves. Stay with me.
David, born in the suburbs of Milan, became interested in music very early on. He continued his passion for electronic music by purchasing his first DJ equipment at the age of 14. Mixing for his friends led him to his first real concert at the age of 18 and subsequent concerts at various clubs in northern Italy.
He started producing his own music in 2008, establishing his distinct style, a dark melodic mix with deep techno influences. Tisto, Kyau & Albert, Darin Epsilon and Eelke Kleijn, as well as labels like ICONYC, Euphonic, Lost On You, Proton Music and Balkan Connection, have started to support his music. In 2017 David started collaborating with Dutch producer Steve Banning, co-founder of the musical platform “Melodic Deep” to help identify and develop relationships with other talented artists.
David Di Sabato’s version of Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd Night butterfly in a flame is available here for download and lower.