Just like his EDC set from Las Vegas, Chuckie is giving away three expertly mixed bootlegs straight from his set. The first remix is an interesting take on “Antidote” that switches the drop with something a lot more electro and very different from the original. The second track is an awesome blend of “Internet Friends,” “Rapture,” and the Tetris theme song which truly shows Chuckie’s ability as a DJ. The final song is classic electronic “King of My Castle” by Wamdue project mixed with Chuckie and Gregori Klosman’s “Mutfakta” which apparently made people “loose their sh*t.” You can grab all three below the break from Chuckie’s Soundcloud.
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