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No stranger to remix duties, Holland’s R3hab unites with Russian Axtone favorites Hard Rock Sofa to put their twist on the Feed Me-produced next single from Example’s latest studio album.

Showing off their dexterity for the coarser side of club fuel, their first collaborative production sits on the slightly heavier side of their studio outputs over the past year. Leaping from chugging Electro House to heavy melodic play, the gritty energy of their take on ‘Perfect Replacement’ make for as unpretentious of a remix as one could have hoped for from a collaboration of this calibre.

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In the aftermath of his highly successful third studio album ‘18 Months’, Calvin Harris continues the trend of releasing acapellas free of charge with a free download of the vocal work on “We’ll Be Coming Back”. Acquired courtesy of the renowned vocal stylings of British singer/rapper Example, this free release is sure to open the door to an onslaught of mashups, edits and bootlegs of the popular original.

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No stranger to remix duties, Holland’s R3hab unites with Russian Axtone favorites Hard Rock Sofa to put their twist on the Feed Me-produced next single from Example’s latest studio album.

Showing off their dexterity for the coarser side of club fuel, their first collaborative production sits on the slightly heavier side of their studio outputs over the past year. Leaping from chugging Electro House to heavy melodic play, the gritty energy of their take on ‘Perfect Replacement’ make for as unpretentious of a remix as one could have hoped for from a collaboration of this calibre.

Out February 24th on Ministry Of Sound.

Example can certainly be tipped for having mustered some sterling remixes amid his exploits to the shores of global Dance Music. But where Amsterdam’s Dyro is rapidly becoming something of a household name in the ranks of high-end remix duties, his next dance with the devil better known as commercial pop comes in the form of a take of the Fulham residing chart-to-club icon that is certain to turn some heads.

Swapping the instrumental of ‘Close Enemies’ for a more melodic take on his grinding signature sound, Dyro’s infectious remix makes for a language far more convincing than that of the solemn British pop asset.

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Example can certainly be tipped for having mustered some sterling remixes amid his exploits to the shores of global Dance Music. But where Amsterdam’s Dyro is rapidly becoming something of a household name in the ranks of high-end remix duties, his next dance with the devil better known as commercial pop comes in the form of a take of the Fulham residing chart-to-club icon that is certain to turn some heads.

Swapping the instrumental of ‘Close Enemies’ for a more melodic take on his grinding signature sound, Dyro’s infectious remix makes for a language far more convincing than that of the solemn British pop asset.

Out soon on Ministry Of Sound.

More than one year in the waiting, an original production that was premiered during Alesso’s performance at Tomorrowland Festival last summer will see it’s long-awaited release next month as a single off of Example’s fourth studio album.

Entitled ‘Queen Of Your Dreams’, the radio edit of the track previously known as Alesso’s “Tomorrowland ID” will be out on November 18th as part of Example’s ‘The Evolution Of Man’ album, featuring a top line from Elliot John Gleave himself. While the addition of Example’s vocals makes for a version best suited for the global airwaves, one can only hope an instrumental version will also be brought into the equation at some point.

Out November 19th with vocals from Example. Preview the version getting released here, and listen to the instrumental rip from Tomorrowland 2011 below.

Update (18/11): A full, high-quality stream of the track is now available on YouTube.

In a year that has already seen Robert Van De Corput excel the reputation of his Hardwell alias, rising homeland peer Dannic joins the Revealed Recordings flag bearer for remix duties of Example’s latest single ‘Say Nothing’.

Taking the reins of the Dirty South produced original, the rising Dutch stronghold drive a strong slew of uplifting synth leads alongside the catchy vocals of Elliot Gleave with maximal effect. Perhaps lacking the heavier properties one might have expected from such a dynamic Dutch studio union, the rich melodic character that Corput and his label mate bring to this high-profile remix is yet another homeland victory for Holland amid the thriving summer clubbing season.

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In a year that has already seen Robert Van De Corput excel the reputation of his Hardwell alias, rising homeland peer Dannic joins the Revealed Recordings flag bearer for remix duties of Example’s next single ‘Say Nothing’.

Taking the reins of the Dirty South produced original, the rising Dutch stronghold drive a strong slew of uplifting synth leads alongside the catchy vocals of Elliot Gleave with maximal effect. Perhaps lacking the heavier properties one might have expected from such a dynamic Dutch studio union, the rich melodic character that Corput and his label mate bring to this high-profile remix is yet another homeland victory for Holland amid the thriving summer clubbing season.

The remixes of ‘Say Nothing’ will be released September 16th.

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Taken from his upcoming third studio album, chart-hopping Scot Calvin Harris follows up his collaborative effort alongside Ne-Yo to release another chart-worthy single, teaming up with Example for ‘We’ll Be Coming Back’. Setting the tone ahead of the highly-anticipated forthcoming single ‘Sweet Nothing’ alongside Florence Welch, Harris flexes his instrumental muscles to match the sinewy voice of Example with piercing keys and poignant synths throughout.

But in regular Calvin Harris fashion, the single is accompanied by an equally impressive string of remixes to make up a somewhat diverse package. Taking centre stage, R3hab exercises his versatility to deliver two considerably different takes on the original, honoring this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival’s in New York and Las Vegas in the process. Mixing things up further, versatile Brit Jacob Plant blends heavy-hitting Electro House and Dubstep, leaving plenty of room for the burly bass of Michael Woods‘ version to round off the package with utmost ease.

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R3hab ‘EDC NYC’ Remix:

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With Pete Tong singing his praises courtesy of his previously unveiled first remix of the track, R3hab takes his second turn on Calvin Harris and Example’s ‘We’ll Be Coming Back’, honoring the recent Electric Daisy Carnival that saw close to 400 000 people gather at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway over the course of three days in the process. Despite more closely associated with grinding Electro House, R3hab takes a gentler approach to his third and likely not final remix of Calvin Harris. Far more reminiscent of the original, Fadil el Ghoul exercises his penchant for high-pitched, summer-y melodies for a counterpart to his heavier-set, Pete Tong-approved first remix.

Due for release July 29.

Calvin Harris & Example – We’ll Be Coming Back (R3hab EDC Vegas Remix)

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