Miike Snow’s latest hits have been remixed by Wolfgang Gartner, Thomas Gold, and most recently, Dirty South. Dragan takes his turn on “Devil’s Work,” one of Snow’s most chilling efforts, and does what he does best – blending savory melodies with club oriented progression. Although the record was previously Swedish pop, the remix is heavy hitting – the way Dirty South fans enjoy it. Having witnessed the premiere of the remix live at Pacha NYC, it is safe to say you can categorize the Australian’s remix of “Devil’s Work” with the likes of “Coming Home” and “Invisible.” The highly anticipated remix has been released off Dragan’s own Phazing Records.
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