Originally Posted by jds1
Has Tiesto restrained himself from having a crack?
It wouldn't be really worthwhile for big artists to
switch genres to capitalize on trendy 'it' sounds.
It'd better (for their own 'cred' / brand) to have remixes done by others instead.
I'm not one to tell people to box themselves in, but it's interesting to think about the reasoning behind such things.
I actually heard that on Tiesto's recent North American tour, one of his songs was pretty wobbly. Sad.
As for the Armin song... sigh.. I suppose it's interesting. I can appreciate dubstep, but not when it's ruining a trance song that I feel like I could actually get into..