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Tiesto and Swanky Tunes, 'Make Some Noise' ft. Ben McInerney (Skidka Remix) – Song Premiere

Superstar DJ and friends raise awareness for AIDS

November 26, 2012 9:00 AM ET
Song Premiere: Tiësto & Swanky Tunes, 'Make Some Noise' ft. Ben McInerney (Skidka Remix)
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Click to listen to Tiësto and Swanky Tunes' 'Make Some Noise ft. Ben McInerney (Skidka Remix)'

To help raise awareness about AIDS, Tiësto teamed with the (RED) charity and recruited some big name friends, including Calvin Harris, Avicii, Diplo and Bono for the compilation album Dance (RED), Save Lives. The superstar DJ partnered with Russian producers Swanky Tunes and singer Ben McInerney for "Make Some Noise," which Russian DJ Skidka chops into an uplifting remix with titanic claps, swirling trance arpeggios, grimy electro riffs and sizable bass. Dance (RED), Save Lives is out November 27th; Tiësto and other artists on the compilation will also livestream their sets at Melbourne's Stereosonic Festival, which coincides with World AIDS Day Weekend on December 1st and 2nd.

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