Skrillex, AKA Sonny Moore, has always been considered as the punk god of EDM, and his music truly reflects that. With roots that stem from a screamo-metalcore background, you can truly sense the rebellious nature that each and every track of his intends to showcase. People go nuts over his sets, with millions attending each event, and adding to that a plethora of EPs & remixes which have certainly caused some massive face melting.
Robyn, on the other hand, first came to fame back in the mid-90’s with her track “Show Me Love”, which still continues to see some rotation in the airwaves in local radio stations. Her newer work, on the other hand, have an edgier vibe to them. While still pop dance in design, they certainly show quite the maturity, which only goes to reflect Robyn’s growth as an artist as well.
When you combine the two, you get a massive track which does not skimp out on groove, emotional dramatics and a sense of aggression. Skrillex made a remix of “Dancing on My Own” which, unfortunately, never saw the light of day, except if you happened to attend some live shows by the man himself or his mentor, 12th Planet. If you haven’t heard the original track, here it is. Catchy and emotional, just the way we like it.
Nonetheless, leave it to Mistah NerF to take what was already a formed structure and build upon it even more. Some would call this a remix, others who are more technical about semantics would refer to it as a bootleg. However, with more than 8,000 plays already plus becoming a regularly featured track in MashupRadio.Com, this is one track that you should definitely check out if you haven’t already. Listen to the track with the link provided below, and grab a free download while you’re at it!