Violinist Shreds in New Dubstep Song Music Video

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In a new music video, a violinist shreds in a dubstep song. The video is going viral for its creative use of the violin in a genre of music not typically known for its use of the instrument.

Introducing the Violinist

Dirty loops and screeching violin sounds may not be what you expect to see when you think of a violinist. In a recent music video, one violinist is breaking the stereotype with her unique talents. Introducing the violinist.

Who is the violinist?

The violinist in the new dubstep song music video is Sarah Pascoe. She is a classically trained musician who has been playing the violin since she was a child.

Pascoe is no stranger to the world of dubstep, having collaborated with various artists in the genre over the years. However, this is her first solo dubstep song and music video.

In the video, Pascoe can be seen shredding on her violin while surrounded by a group of dancers. The song, which is titled “Ragdoll,” is a high-energy track that incorporates both classical and electronic elements.

Pascoe said that she was inspired to create the song after attending a dubstep concert and seeing how much energy the crowd had. “I wanted to create something that would make people want to move,” she said.

The music video has been met with positive reviews, with many people praising Pascoe’s violin playing.

What is the violinist’s background?

The violinist’s background is in classical music. He began playing the violin when he was six years old, and by the time he was sixteen, he had won several competitions. After completing his studies at the conservatory, he began to play in orchestras and then eventually started his own ensemble. He has toured all over the world, and his music has been featured on countless albums and films.

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