Last month, Nero posted a hard new house track called "Satisfy" to their Soundcloud page, and 1 million streams later, the group is premiering a follow-up "Satisfy Mix" with RS Dance. After opening with a composition from German electronic artist Alva Noto, the group pick up the pace with their own "Won't You Be There" before playing a Trentemøller remix of Moby's "Go," a track Eric Prydz released under his "Cirez D" moniker and older jams from Daft Punk and Joey Beltram.
Eventually, Nero contextualize "Satisfy" between tracks from Kanye collaborator Gesaffelstein and Bulgarian duo Balthazar and JayRock, then finish the mix with tracks as old as Cybotron's "Clear" and as popular as Depeche Mode's "Behind the Wheel," updating the latter with a few edits of their own.
After playing New York's Electric Daisy Carnival last month Nero have American dates scheduled at Hard Red Rocks and Hard Summer and are playing U.K.'s Reading Festival this August.
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