After going on tour with Avicii, Cazzette has been going on an onslaught, much like R3hab last summer. The duo’s remixes of “Believe It” and “Levels” have been unbelievable to say the least. This time around they come up with a bootleg that creatively uses Fatboy Slim’s classic “Right Here Right Now” vocals. Avicii featured this bootleg on his “Le7els” podcast which has quietly been rising up the iTunes ranks. Cazzette is primed for a huge blow up this year as they bring together elements of dubstep and electro – keep your eyes peeled for new remixes. You can download the individual booty below, which is part of our Dancing Astronaut 10K Facebook Like bootleg give away. Like us and get the whole package!
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