Tiësto & Swanky Tunes “Make Some Noise” ft. Ben McInerney (remixes)

As we fast approach the biggest Miami Music Week ever, Musical Freedom offers new spins on one of MMW 2012’s hottest tracks – Tiësto & Swanky Tunes – “Make Some Noise.”

Available now on Beatport/ March 12th everywhere else, “Make Some Noise” returns with this remix from rapidly rising Dutch talent Dyro who delivers a monster of a remix that touches on several dance music subgenres from dubstep to electro to progressive house.

Russian DJ Skidka chops into an uplifting remix with titanic claps, swirling trance arpeggios, grimy electro riffs and sizable bass. This remix also appears on the DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES album.

Musical Freedom provides Tiësto with a vehicle to explore exciting new sounds from across dance music. From its initial release, Tiësto vs Diplo – “C’Mon” (clocking over 50 million YouTube views), the label has gone on to drop smashes from the likes of Dada Life, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Quintino, Showtek, Tommy Trash, and of course Tiësto himself.

Up next for Musical Freedom is the much-anticipated release of Tiësto “Chasing Summers (R3hab and Quintino Remix);” out March 5th on Beatport/ March 19th everywhere else.

Out today (Beatport) / March 12 (iTunes + everywhere else)

www.beatport.com/release/make-some-noise-remixes/1032458

Wilder

Wilder

Wilder, aka 'Will King' is a true aficionado when it comes to writing about his biggest passion in life. Since getting thrust into the EDM scene in July 2011, Wilder has brought an array of different styles to the table, being careful never to completely rule out any one style or subgenre. Raised in New York City, he currently attends school in Colorado, where he has been adamantly exploring the local dance scene. Arty, Cosmic Gate, Dirty South, Sander Van Doorn and naturally Armin are Will King's favorite artists. Although they live almost 1000 miles away from eachother, WKing and Dan Tab each claim they have the best and most energetic dance moves on the OTB team...."Don't try and trade Kandi with me. What does PLUR even mean?"
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