Crystallize by Lindsey Stirling combines two genres of music that couldn't be more different. Stirling plays along on her violin while the mechanical sounds of dubstep provide the beat and the backup. While one may think that this combination won't work, the two sounds actually seem like they were made for each other.
The music video for the song was shot in an ice castle in Silverthorne, Colorado where temperatures are often below freezing. Stirling wanders though the icy tunnels with her violin while one bobs their head to the dubstep beat. At one point, I was really hoping that a bunch of people dressed as ice climbers were going to pop out and start a mosh pit.
Lindsey Stirling has created a song that is truly a breakthrough in music because she makes a combination that has never been done before.
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