Alesso surprised listeners by gifting fans a free download of his NYE Radio 1 mini mix last night. The 16-minute mix kicks off with Alesso’s “Clash” before moving into some massive outputs from 2012 including “Kangaroo,” “Reload,” and “Sweet Nothing“. The Swedish producer brings listeners some of his biggest productions from the year as well as productions from the likes of Thomas Gold, Tommy Trash, and mentor Sebastian Ingrosso.
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