The aspiring Dimitri Vangelis and Wyman are back to take on the titan foursome from London that is Coldplay. Whilst Swedish House Mafia, Fedde Le Grand and Tiësto are successfully dibbling their own remixes on two tracks off the rock group’s latest studio album, the Stockholm duo make a go at an acclaimed offspring off their second studio album, released in 2002, and are consequently picking up on the trend to render club cuts of one of the biggest music acts of our time. After a prolific year that has been jam packed with a host of remixes to Free, Call My Name, Visions Of Love, Boom and a single with The Funktuary named Ignited to only name a few, the two return to shed light on their frisky take on The Scientist.
Atop the heavenly sing-along vocals of lead singer Chris Martin, the Swede’s add a catchy whistle and fundamental piano chords to make up a peerless break-down. Followed by a plump synth drop with powerfully pounding kicks and perfectly pitched upper layers, the club revamp of ‘The Scientist’ is due to fuel the ingeniousness of the pair into further recognition and build upon the reputation of being a duo with a bright future ahead.
Dimitri Vangelis and Wyman will be giving this production away as soon as they hit 3 000 fans on their Facebook fan page.