Nicky Romero’s collaboration with Calvin Harris has settled in Beatport’s top 10 as an original mix, and has now been released in two new forms. Dyro and Tony Romera take their turns on “Iron,” and spice up the track with their own flavors. While the original embodied Nicky’s sound and Calvin’s trademark vocal, the remixes come with even more progressive energy. Dyro injects his bass kicks and synth layers while Tony contributes distorted electro. Claim both remixes, along with the original, on Beatport this Monday.
Iron (Dyro Remix)
Iron (Tony Romera Remix)
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