Call it poor timing, but for whatever reason, Tiësto and Swanky Tunes’ “Make Some Noise” failed to make a lasting impression. Not to say it was a poor track, in fact the combination of Ben McInerney’s voice and Tiësto and Swanky Tunes’ driving bassline was quite engaging. Many months later, however, Musical Freedom has announced a forthcoming Dyro remix to “Make Some Noise,” to be released on February 26th alongside a remix from Skidka. In typical Dyro fashion, the remix employs a tremendous, enticing build up and a exhilarating electro house drop. While Dyro’s style has become a bit stale in the past, it seems particularly apt to this remix.
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