“I don’t always want to stick with a small amount of fans that like electronic dance music,” he told Radio.com. “I want the metalheads to love my songs and be able to go to my shows. I want older people that probably have never heard electronic music before to at least be able to find something interesting because my music is… you can play on a piano. That’s what I sometimes do.”
Zedd explained that this is why he does acoustic versions of tracks: “To show that there’s a whole other layer that you probably don’t hear because the kick drum is loud.”
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