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Eric Prydz Starts a Rave in 'Every Day' (Andy C Remix) – Premiere

The DJ's track gets a fresh new spin

Eric Prydz
Lawrence Watson
October 12, 2012 9:00 AM ET

Click to listen to Eric Prydz's 'Every Day (Andy C remix)'

Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz just capped off a busy summer and shows no sign of slowing down this fall: he plans to drop an EP for his latest single, "Every Day," on November 15th through his own Pryda label. The effort includes the single's extended mix, the track "We Are Mirage" (a mash-up Prydz did with his song "Mirage" and Empire of the Sun's "We Are the People") and two "Every Day" remixes. They include this one from Andy C (a/k/a the Executioner), who turns the steadily building original into a torrential, rave-tacular drum-and-bass attack.

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