Claude VonStroke Celebrates 10th Anniversary Of ‘Who’s Afraid Of Detroit?’ With New Mix | Music News

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Claude VonStroke Celebrates 10th Anniversary Of ‘Who’s Afraid Of Detroit?’ With New Mix | Music News

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If you went clubbing at least once in your life, you have heard “Who’s Afraid of Detroit?” The track – released in 2006 – literally changed the game in club culture and imposed Claude VonStroke as one of the most prominent figures in DJing of the past 20 years. The American producer decided to celebrated the 10th anniversary of the iconic anthem with the release of a special collection of remixes of the track, featuring the likes of Octave One and Marc Houle.

 

As well as having the track remixed by all-star producers, VonStroke decided to re-work the track himself, premiering a new mix which adds a new twist to the already iconic song: the new mix maintains the original infectious melody, but speeds it up and adds a whole new variety of percussions, as well as harder drops.

 

The new mix is accompanied by a suggestive video directed by Anthony Ernest Garth, featuring a masked up party-gang driving throughout a desolate city.

 

 

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I speak as loud as the volume I listen to music, and this is probably symptomatic of my love for pop music: I love pop music because it is often unapologetically in-your-face, it shouts rather than tell, it drives you crazy. And after 21 years loving pop music, I think I’ve completely gone mad. It all started in 1997, when my mum bought me my first cassette: needless to say, it was ‘Barbie Girl’ by Aqua, and from that point on, it’s been a never-ending loving relationship between me and music. I study, work and live life part-time, and listen to music full-time.

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