Tiësto’s “Chasing Summers” debuted back in March and went on to be arguably his biggest track of the year. The airy ascending build up and barking acid-tinged drop proved to be an exemplary opener for Tijs. Many months later, the first official preview for R3hab and Quintino‘s remix has been released. Working off a similar formula to tracks like “Atom” and Jewelz and Scott Sparks’ “Flashbang,” R3hab and Quintino’s rendition presents a trembling, simplified drop with focused percussion work. While it may not have the same bite as the original, the influence remains clear in the minimalism of the drop. The remix will be released on March 5th on Musical Freedom.
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