Sean Turk remixes Ganacci's 'Dive' flawlessly

September 7, 2016 -

Daily Beat Staff

Dive”, a track originally produced by Swedish DJ/producer Salvatore Gannaci, has become rapidly popular and even received attention from industry heavy hitters like Skrillex, Major Lazer, Diplo and Sebastian Ingrosso. After getting 3.3 million streams on Spotify, it's safe to say that this track isn't going anywhere ANY time soon. On top of his ethereal trap synths, Ganacci flawlessly includes Enya's vocals from "Boadicea" - add Alex Aris' chorus and you have a masterpiece.

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As if this track weren't already amazing, New York producer/DJ/instrumentalist, Sean Turk, took a whack at making it his own. He was asked by Ingrosso himself to put a spin on this heavy-hitting number, and that he did with grace. This ambient future bass piece hits even harder now and would the perfect track to get you pumped for a workout or your next festival.

Download it for free via Soundcloud below!


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