Quintino’s big room productions have only gotten bigger since bursting on the scene with “The One And Only,” and that hot streak continues with his remix of Spencer and Hill’s latest single. His spin on “Surrender” features a new vibe that digresses from the Afrojack-influenced sound that we’ve last heard on “Circuits,” as it exhibits lighter and more melodic chords that conform to the original’s vocal. The result scratches the surface of mainstream EDM and is arguably one of Quintino’s easiest listens. While unknown if we will ever see an official release of this remix or not, Quintino provides us with a full-length preview for the time being.
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