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Anyma releases his acclaimed remix “Turn On The Lights again…”


The most requested version of Fred again… and Swedish House Mafia’s original is now available on all streaming platforms

Anyma releases remix "Turn On The Lights again.."

Just days after releasing her new collaboration, “Eternity”, alongside Chris Avantgarde, Anyma releases her acclaimed remix “Turn On The Lights again..” by Fred again.. and Swedish House Mafia.

There’s no way you haven’t heard this remix that toured for the last few months through the biggest and best electronic music festivals and clubs like Awakenings, Zamna Tulum, Hï Ibiza, The Brooklyn Mirage, Coachella, Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, to name just a few.

The original piece was released last July 29th under Atlantic Records. Over time, remixes by legendary Bosnian producer Solomun were added. Austin Millz also bestowed his own version and now, one half of Tale of Us, Mateo Milleri (aka Anyma), releases the most requested edition to date.

Also read: Anyma and Chris Avantgarde return to Afterlife with “Eternity”

Behind the acclaimed remix “Turn On The Lights again…”

Through a thin line of connection between deep house, melodic techno, and trance, Anyma demonstrates from the first second of the single why her creations are so sought after worldwide.

Soaring synths, piercing bass lines, and engaging rhythmic underpinnings distill from start to finish accompanied by Future’s battle cry, “Turn On The Lights again…”. Halfway through, an operatic sample makes way for an even more uncontrollable second half.

Already, the piece is part of the best releases of 2023. Together with his Tale of Us partner, Carmine Conte, Mateo is preparing for his next tour of events around the world that includes stops at, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, OFFWEEK, Tomorrowland, Kappa FuturFestival, Orange, and more.

“Turn On The Lights again..” cover by Anyma
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