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Exclusive Premiere: Headhunterz – United Kids Of The World (Sebjak & Tony Senghore Remix)

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Let’s face it the weather recently has seriously sucked and we’d be liars if we said that the storms that have been battering the UK for the past fortnight had slightly dampened our spirits here at our London HQ. Helping us through these meteorologically dreary times have been a series of sunshine laden upbeat tunes that already have us dreaming of laying on a beach somewhere warm where the waters are crystal clear and the only thing cold is the ice in our drinks.

Now to keep office morale high we’ve been soundtracking such daydreams of warmer climes with suggestions of various genres of sunshine laden music from our eclectically tasted staff and the latest set of tracks to make their way onto the playlist have been the new remix package of ‘United Kids of the World’ from Dutch Hardstyle DJ Willem Rebergen better known to you and me as Headhunterz.

Since signing to leading independent label Ultra Music at the start of 2013, Headhunterz has released singles ‘Colors’ featuring Tatu and his most recent ‘United Kids of the World’ featuring Krewella, played a number of festival performances including EDC, Tomorrowland and Mysteryland, and completed a fifteen-date tour of North America, all the while continuing to expand ‘HARD with STYLE’ by branching out from his hugely successful podcast series and turning his attention to new talent with the launch of a record label of the same name.  So as I’m sure we can all agree it’s been an exciting time of late for Headhunterz.

What got our more EDM enthused staff excited this afternoon however was this fresh remix of ‘United Kids of the World’ by Sebjak who wowed us last year when he delivered his epic Data Transmission Podcast and has now returned alongside fellow Swede and rising star Tony Senghore to re-imagine Headhunterz 2013 hit. Check out their rework below:

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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