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Zara Larsson

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Offline AlexanderLaBrea

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Re: Zara Larsson
« Reply #90 on: July 20, 2020, 02:36:57 PM »
Jason is really good! But what did he steal from Mattman & Robin?

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Re: Zara Larsson
« Reply #91 on: July 20, 2020, 04:15:07 PM »
I meant the other way around, Mattman & Robin from Jason. And I also didn't mean stealing... more like... taking some production elements, the bassline, the strings and the structure of the lyrics (although that might be because Justin and Julia).

I also want to take note that Mattman & Robin started as Jason Gill's co-producers back in 2011, at least that's what Tidal's credits imply.

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« Reply #92 on: July 20, 2020, 09:37:07 PM »
Well, I'm not sure: those are completely different approaches to arrangement.

While Jason's sound is really poppy -in a very swedish way, a bit over the top and melodic- and I agree with you that their first releases in 2013-2014 was more in a "swedish approach" (i.e: Tove Lo's Moments, their stuff with Hailee Steinfeld, their co prods with Jason for Eric Saade) After that, Mattman and Robin approach was very "foley": lots of details in the percussion and minimalistic sounds (ie: Hands To Myself, Worst In Me, Make Me Feel, If I'm Lucky). 

They're are very versatile though: they work with DNCE is veeeeery different from their previous work.