Axwell's progressive house anthem 'Center of the Universe' has been broken down, reworked and revamped into an even grander electro-house remix by up-and-coming Polish DJ/producer Blinders. Officially released on Axtone on the 14th of October and having made some serious waves over the summer, 'Center of the Universe' has already become a classic.
This remix has ramped everything up into an even more anthemic piece of big room electro-house with harder kicks, uncompromising electro synths, and bigger build-ups, leaving space for the reworked vocals of Swedish singer Magnus Carlsson to ring through.
The new remix was originally a re-edit sent to the label as a demo that is now being released in its own right - A clear indication that Axtone do check through their submissions to find genuine talent!
'Center Of The Universe' works on the classic anthemic progressive house sound that Axwell and his label have made their own and was released on Axtone earlier this year - an acclaimed track also used in Carlsbergs Wheres The Party?' campaign.
In spite of his young age, Mateusz Owsiak, better known as Blinders, has already progressed leaps and bounds in the industry and received support from Dirty South, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas, Sebastien Drums and many more. Blinders initially gained popularity after making a remix for Dirty South and Thomas Gold - Alive, which climbed to the top of the Beatport Chart. His musical talent is clear as he already has an eclectic collection of tracks and remixes under his belt - ranging from a Drumstep remix of Katy Perry to an acoustic piano cover of Whitney Houston.
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