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Revisiting her debut track for the Black Hole imprint, the 2012 release “Chemistry”, Sydney Blu enters the dubstep arena with the new Bolivian Marching Affair Remix.
After Sydney Blu’s initial release of her debut hit single “Chemistry”, the female DJ/producer quickly teamed up with MC Flipside for “Another Late Night” and later on joined forces with Betsie Larkin for the single “Nightlight”. And while the press was still hailing her output, Sydney already delivered her most recent smash: the single “Change The Game”, which she produced with Damaged Goods, featuring the vocals by FLICK. Steady support from global heavyweights such as Tiësto, Paul Van Dyk, Deadmau5, Robbie Rivera, & Funkagenda has propelled Sydney Blu to the forefront of the dance music scene, as well as the top of the charts.
Electro-house goddess DJ Lea Luna has been active since 1999, rocking many a crowd from underground to commercial across the US and abroad. Her white-hot enthusiasm on stage and in the studio reflects her decade long career, which has been gaining exponential momentum since she first stepped up to the decks as a tiny teen. Lea Luna also performed on the Manufactured Superstars hit single “Drunk Text” and appears in the 1st episode of “Being Sydney Blu”.
The Bolivian Marching Affair Remix of “Chemistry” reworks the original into a wall to wall dubstep banger. Only allowing the 4/4 bass kick in the chorus while giving full room to Lea Luna’s vocals, the remix returns to the grinding drops and steps of dance floor ready, blazing dubstep. “Chemistry” in the literal meaning of the word and an undeniable must on every DJ’s track list.