[Release] Dada Life – Rolling Stones T-Shirt (Incl. Remixes) [So Much Dada]

Release Info

TRACK NAME: Rolling Stones T-Shirt

ARTIST(S): Dada Life

REMIXER(S): Cazzette, Chuckie

LABEL(S): So Much Dada

GENRE(S): Electro House

RELEASE DATE: 18.04.12

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The long-awaited Dada Life track Rolling Stones T-Shirt is finally here! Having been played all the way back at 2010’s Electric Daisy Carnival, Rolling Stones T-Shirt’s release has been put on hold for a long time, but today the electro house bomb by the two wild and crazy Swedes is here, straight off their own label So Much Dada. While waiting for this release, we have heard some other massive original mixes by Dada Life, like Happy Violence and Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker, as well as remixes to Duck Sauce’s Big Bad Wolf and Chuckie’s Who Is Ready To Jump. The original mix of Rolling Stones T-Shirt features some catchy vocals that people are already singing along to, along with a funky electro beat and drop.

The Cazzette remix has already been released via the Tiesto label Musical Freedom, but it’s included as well in this release package. Another duo from Sweden, Cazzette has been busy putting out some huge electro house bombs. Under Avicii’s management At Night, these busy guys have recently played an amazing set at 2012’s Ultra Music Festival, where they played a lot of new, unreleased stuff, like the Blood Theme, and one of this year’s fan favorites, including our’s, their awesome dubstep remix to Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Niggas In Paris. Also played was their new original mix The Rat, which has yet to be released.

Last but not least is a remix by one of the Dirty Dutch masters, Chuckie. Returning the favor after the Dada Life guys remixed one of his tracks, Chuckie’s remix to Rolling Stones T-Shirt has a nice progression of chords that leads into an insane electro drop like this guy is known for, which follows throughout the rest of the track. Recently from Chuckie we’ve heard two huge bangers revealed at 2012’s Miami Music Week, an original mix called Electro Dude and a massive collaboration with Laidback Luke and Martin Solveig called 1,2,3,4.

Check out the original mix by Dada Life of Rolling Stones T-Shirt, as well as the remixes, off So Much Dada today!

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