13 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third installment of Marshmello’s explosive Joytime series is by far his most adventurous and collaborative. Following a period of intense crossover for the masked DJ/producer that turned up hits with Logic, Bastille, Anne-Marie, and CHVRCHES, III harnesses that spirit and applies it to his EDM roots. The songs are still unmistakably Mello—adhering to his signature recipe of squealing video-game synths (“Here We Go Again”), lurching bass acrobatics (“Earthquake” feat. TYNAN), and wistful, trance-y melodies (“Room to Fall” feat. Flux Pavilion and Elohim)—but thanks to an unusually long list of featured artists, there are far more twists and turns. Hear him explore unexpected negative space with Yultron (“Let’s Get Down”) and put a zippy, rave-y spin on brooding guitar-rock with A Day to Remember (“Rescue Me”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third installment of Marshmello’s explosive Joytime series is by far his most adventurous and collaborative. Following a period of intense crossover for the masked DJ/producer that turned up hits with Logic, Bastille, Anne-Marie, and CHVRCHES, III harnesses that spirit and applies it to his EDM roots. The songs are still unmistakably Mello—adhering to his signature recipe of squealing video-game synths (“Here We Go Again”), lurching bass acrobatics (“Earthquake” feat. TYNAN), and wistful, trance-y melodies (“Room to Fall” feat. Flux Pavilion and Elohim)—but thanks to an unusually long list of featured artists, there are far more twists and turns. Hear him explore unexpected negative space with Yultron (“Let’s Get Down”) and put a zippy, rave-y spin on brooding guitar-rock with A Day to Remember (“Rescue Me”).

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
163 Ratings

163 Ratings

Coley Woley Roley Poley ,

Good job Marshmello

I feel like Joytime 1 was the best. But Rescue me is really good. One of the best albums you've made Marshmello. I really enjoy it.

Blackhole6767 ,

Ehhh

It’s ok but not that good

LonerTom ,

Mello Comes Through Again!

It’s no Joytime II and certainly nowhere near the original (Joytime), but it still rocks! There’s just something about his style that’s so pleasant and clean. Instantly puts me in a good mood. Initial favorites are “Here We Go Again” and “Room To Fall.” Keep on keepin it mello, Mello!

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