So it seems that “Air Guitar” won’t be Afrojack’s final release of 2012. Instead, it will be his remix of Keane’s “Soverign Light Cafe,” which may turn out to be his largest scale production since “Can’t Stop Me.” Much like Alesso did for “Silenced By The Night, Afrojack turns the alternative rock track into an anthem of its own. Crafty, progressive chords escalate atop Keane’s vocal and rhythmic kick-drum before Afrojack puts his stamp on the drop, declaring his latest production larger than life. Afrojack’s rendition of “Sovereign Light Cafe” will be released December 24th exclusively on Wall Recording, and look forward to his take on “Gangnam Style” to be released soon as well.
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