The Swedish wunderkind corks up another dizzying setting of sounds, built upon a melody that originates from Yiruma’s original composition from 2001 and was later taken to the global club stage by Jasper Forks in early 2010. Bursting out of Sweden’s aspiring production scene last year with the three track EP on Joia, Alesso has come to gracefully outshine highly rated House icon’s in a bare year with his distinguished offerings. Having now reached utter eminence, the young shooting-star has, thanks to his hugely supported Dynamite and Nillionaire EP on Refune, become the centre of attention with a roster that includes the remixes on Party Rock Anthem, Pressure and Save The World. Not only is he accountable for some of the hottest club-bangers of 2011 out, but has also got a full-blown sleeve of recent hits like Calling with Sebastian Ingrosso and the newly released take on Good Love to name a couple. With a quality control to die for at his mercy, it’s been told his interpretation of River Flows In You is releasing this Fall. Just as one thought his dazzling powerhouse of an outlet could not enhance any further, the Alesso frenzy affects 2001’s gorgeous piano composition for a dance-friendly floor filler that is certain to break new barriers for the continued rise of Alesso. It’s has been rumoured to be releasing October 28th via Kontor Records, but we are still awaiting solid confirmation on that matter, have a listen!
Alesso playing the remix live in Stockholm earlier this year