Mia Dahli’s Remix of Paul Oakenfold x Carl Cox’s ‘Concentrate’ Set to Dominate the Airwaves

Presenting her own take on Paul Oakenfold and Carl Cox’s recent linkup, Mia Dahli fuels the techno rave fire. From the thick kick drums and stubby synth stabs to the futuristic vocal channelling every listener’s attention, this rendition of ‘Concentrate’ pushes the late night experience into overdrive.

two pioneers of electronic music, Paul Oakenfold and Carl Cox unite for their first ever collaboration “Concentrate,” coming out as part of ‘Perfecto 30’ a huge celebration of the label’s 30th anniversary.

Paul and Carl have known each other since the early 90s, Carl was signed to Perfecto and duo have often shared the stage, playing together all over the world, the last time being their history making set at Stonehenge in 2018. But unbelievably they’ve never made a track together, until now…

A seamless blend of their unique styles, of course ‘Concentrate’ is a banger. It’s a testament to their collective prowess showcasing a fusion of cutting-edge sounds and infectious rhythms, an exhilarating slice of techno from two giants of dance music doing what they do best. And what better way to mark 30 years of the iconic label.

Paul Oakenfold: “It’s the 30th anniversary of one of the leading labels in the dance world, Perfecto Records. Teaming up with Carl for ‘Concentrate’ was a natural evolution for us. It’s our way of paying homage to our history and to show where we’re at right now musically. Carl is a pioneering legend that was signed to the label so it marks a nice full circle moment. This is the first collaboration of many to come.”

Carl Cox adds, “Working with Paul on this track was an absolute blast. ‘Concentrate’ represents the perfect synergy between our styles, and we can’t wait for our everyone to hear it.”

Download and Stream: https://prfct.lnk.to/ConcentrateMiaDahliRemix

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