Mt. Eden – Sierra Leone (Tommie Sunshine & Live City Remix) : Massive Electro House Anthem [Thissongissick.com Premiere]

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Mt. Eden‘s iconic dubstep anthem “Sierra Leone” just got a rebirth thanks to New York electro beasts Tommie Sunshine and Live City. This follows up their gigantic remix of Capital Cities “Safe & Sound” which we premiered the free download of last month. Today they take the classic dubstep anthem and smash it with a collision of bounce and face melting electro. It is a certified rave anthem fit to turn any crowd upside down. This will be available for purchase through Beatport and iTunes tomorrow. Enjoy!

Mt. Eden – Sierra Leone (Tommie Sunshine & Live City Remix) | Beatport

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7 Comments to “Mt. Eden – Sierra Leone (Tommie Sunshine & Live City Remix) : Massive Electro House Anthem [Thissongissick.com Premiere]”

  • just let the music get into you

  • Kinda wish the intro was the majority of the song. >_>

  • Yeah total letdown, thought it would actually have more of the song in it

  • i remember when nick actually posted music he liked, good music, avant-garde stuff, now this blog is just another worthless promotion tool where every single song can be downloaded from bacauhousemafia.ro

  • The intro was amazing.

  • [...] Artikel und Quellen via thissongissick via j4d4 Tracklist 1 Sierra Leone (feat. Freshly Ground) 2 Sierra Leone [Ta-Ku Remix] 3 Sierra [...]

  • […] York based Live City, the producer duo responsible for the house remixes to Sierra Leonne and Safe & Sound just dropped us off a huge new track. They’ve taken  on […]

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