Steve Aoki’s “Steve Jobs” single featuring Angger Dimas is one of his purest electro tracks, and it is now receiving remix treatment from Belgian producer Sem Thomasson, who gives it a face lift by elevating the simpler sounds for a more intricate offering. “Steve Jobs” previously had listeners lost in a video game with pungent electro chords that sound straight out of Super Mario. Thomasson now provides the subtance – following those sounds with his own build up and heavier kick that certainly widens the audience beyond its original commercial appeal. Sem Thomasson’s remix of “Steve Jobs” will be released on May 29th via Ultra Records.
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