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While we eagerly await his and Swanky Tunes’ leviathan remix for Calling, R3hab adds another top-notch making to his host of widely acknowledged remixes, including remix duties for the likes of David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Tiësto and Katy Perry to name a few. Now taking on American pop rock songstress Porcelain Black’s latest single, the winds seem to keep turning in favour of this Breda-raised talent as he continues to prove himself a natural when it comes to turning radio-friendly hit singles into vigorous club-bangers. Whereas the original’s somewhat catchy instrumentals and the mysterious yet captivating voice of Alaina Marie Beaton have proven to be a chart-worthy combination fuelling the ride of Naughty Naughty notably up the charts, R3hab’s ‘Pacha NYC 6 AM’ remix unfolds a considerably lesser dose of weirdness in its characteristically warped lead, delightful interlude and heavy-stepping drop.

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From last year’s distinct Tarantula hit to the quite recent remix of Heroes Of The Night by techno legend Umek and Christan Cambas, Swedish-American duo Pleasurekraft has succeeded in becoming two of the most outstanding icons of the modern-day tech scene. Kicking off the release of their 2011 challenger named Carny in April and their take on Sneaky Sound System’s We Love in August, Pleasurekraft present us another trademark of their well-reputed signature sound and iconic way of filtering vocals. Many words could be suitable for describing this highly rated tech-house pair and inimitable might just be the one actually justifying their top submissions to the scene. In times where sentimentality and generosity seem to be two key words for clubland, their eagerly-awaited remix of Porcelain Black and Lil Wayne’s This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like is now given away for free!

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From last year’s distinct Tarantula hit to the recent remix of Style Of Eye and Magnus The Magnus’ Antidote, Swedish-American duo Pleasurekraft has succeeded into one of the most outstanding icons of the tech scene. Kicking off the release of their 2011 challenger named Carny in April and with their take on Sneaky Sound System’s We Love single coming up, Pleasurekraft presents us another trademark of their established signature sound and iconic way of filtering vocals. Many words are suited for describing this highly regarded tech duo and inimitable might just be the one justifying their top submissions to the scene. Give their new remix of Porcelain Black and Lil Wayne’s This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like a listen now!

/Anton

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