Sometimes you don't know you need something until it's there. That happened to be the case with Made By Tsuki's remix of the classic Bloody Beetroots/Steve Aoki track which he retitled "Warp 1.9". To tackle a remix of such an iconic song you better be able to stand up to the original. I believe Made By Tsuki did just that and more. 

Adam Sullivan, known by his stage moniker Made By Tsuki,  took Warp and brought it up to 2018. For a song I've heard millions of times, the new mid-tempo stylings make it feel fresh.


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