Elektro Mag had this to say about the release:
"Adam Freeland is one of those hybrid label heads that have released numerous albums, singles, and remixes and has had his hand in DJing as well as playing in a live band, Freeland. On his newest remix for the Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros hit track "Man On Fire," Freeland transforms the catchy folk rock song into an up-beat, progressive electronic tune that compliments the vocals flawlessly. With a steady bass and detailed percussion the track takes listeners on a trip through the mind of Adam Freeland’s interpretation of the lyrics of Edward Sharpe."
Still haven't gotten the chance to attend Burning Man? Decompressing after another year of debauchery? Either way experience or re-live the journey via the original soundtrack album titled, "Spark: A Burning Man Story."
The New York Times said, "Since we can't all attend Burning Man, we can be thankful for "Spark," which is probably the next best thing."
The 24 track double disc set is split up to represent the many musical palettes of the Playa and beyond:The "Day" album contains inspiring lyrics rich in melody and emotion mostly featured in the film itselfThe "Night" album features deep and sexy underground tracks, exclusive remixes & inspired songs.
Familiar tracks: Sasha's remix of "Flutes" by Hot Chip + Diplo's "Express Yourself"
Stand out tracks: "Time" by the Pachanga Boys + "Feel The Love" by Rudimental + "Principles" by Benoit & Sergio
Original theme songs: (1) "Let It Go" by Michael Franti & Spearhead (Stanton Warriors Mix) + (2) "We Ride" by Missy Higgins