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Andrei Stephen Finally Sees His Remix’s Release On mau5trap Records

Andrei Stephen Finally Sees His Remix’s Release On mau5trap Records

We’ve been covering Andrei Stephen’s young career since he uploaded his submission for the remix contest of Dillon Francis’ remix of “Some Chords.” He went on to win the contest, and now the 18-year-old Canadian sees his moment in the spotlight with his remix seeing its release on deadmau5′ mau5trap records. Taking a slight left from the coarseness of Francis’ original, Andrei Stephen’s remix dives deeper into the future house pool while still keeping a rough-tinge from the original. This is Stephen’s first remix and we can’t wait to see what this young talent has in store in the future. Re-listen to the remix below and grab your copy here.




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