tyDi – Tear Me Up (feat. Nash Overstreet)
There’s a new contender in the commercial house arena – that contender of course is LA-based producer tyDi. Formally known for his progressive trance work on Armin Van Buuren’s Armada label, the young Australian has recently undergone a sound re-design to the fluffier, vocal side of EDM. This change culminates with “Tear Me Up,” a cheerful fusion of commercial house and country-pop with the vocals of Nash Overstreet. Reminiscent of a modern Avicii production but leaning heavier on the electric side, “Tear Me Up” does just that to the dance floor with a catchy guitar riff and playful synth melodies as Nash Overstreet croons about the steadfast nature of true love. The track follows up tyDi’s recent remix to Olivia Somerlyn’s “OXO” where he also blurred the line of house and pop, and is perfect for sets aiming at pleasing a diverse crowd of new and old electronic music fans.