From the same dude who brought you an massive remixes of SHM’s “Don’t You Worry Child” and Nicky Romero’s “Camorra,” is back with a soaring, big-room remix of Adele’s “Skyfall.” Credit where it’s due is something I try to stand by. And Landis deserves it in spades. Play this loud and you will understand why this deserves our praise. Grab the free download below.
Yea, that’s right. Two epic releases in one day…who know, maybe more…eh prob more. First we have the new Prydz and now some new remixes of the Swedish House Mafia single, “Don’t You Worry Child.” I’m excited. Anyways, there are three. Promise Land, Joris Voorn, and Tom Staar & Kryder are on the remixes and they aren’t messing about. My favorite, hands down, is the Joris Voorn. Why? Cause I like it funky and this shit is as good as it gets. The other two are big time bangers. Steve Angello dropped the Tom Staar & Kryder remix along with the original mix at Size In The Park in NYC last month, and a lot of people have been heralding the Promise Land version. You tell us what you think.
These two get heavy. The naughty and nice combo is a classic. Works every time.
While I 100% expect a remix package to be released in the relatively near future, this is currently as good as it gets for remixes of the “last” official Swedish House Mafia track, “Don’t You Worry Child.” Landis takes the uplifting vocal anthem and adds some powerful, crunchy drops. While it resembles some of the harder stuff from Nicky Romero and Tommy Trash, it is still a very unique sound and we give this Miami based DJ/Producer a lot of credit. He crushed this one big time.
Steve, Sebastian and Axwell will always be legends and Swedish House Mafia will live forever in the hearts of so many. What a way to end an amazing run.
We came. We Raved. We Loved.