Good news: your summer party track is here. Swedish DJ duo Cazzette have already brought you the new head-banging, party-rocking, dance-inspiring dub house track, "Beam Me Up", and now Maurizio Gubellini presents his even harder, dancier remix, which you can hear exclusively below.
The remix retains the dance-y dub qualities of the original, but turns up the harder elements and plays around with rhythms, tempos and a drop that deserves a tip of Skrillex's hat. "The remix turned out really great," Furrer told Rolling Stone. "Maurizio Gubellini really did an amazing work with the original track."
Cazzette, the brain child of Alexander Björklund and Sebastian Furrer, hit the scene in 2011, making waves with their remix of Avicii's "Sweet Dreams." They're the only group to play Ultra Music Festival's headline stage three times in only two years. Though the duo plans to release an album, the release date and title are still undetermined. However, the original version of "Beam Me Up" is available on iTunes to hold you over.
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