WESLEE - Sweat Dreams (Marc Benjamin Remix)

WESLEE – Sweat Dreams (Marc Benjamin Remix)

Widely acclaimed Dutch DJ and producer Marc Benjamin has unveiled his melodic remix of quirky production duo WESLEE's popular hit ‘Sweat Dreams.' Listen to WESLEE – Sweat Dreams (Marc Benjamin Remix) below.

With WESLEE – made up of US born Josh, and English vocalist Emma – racking up 3 million streams on the original, Marc's synth-led rework focuses on zippy chords and , bouncy chord patterns which add a real feel-good vibe to the production.

Following Marc Benjamin's breakthrough in 2013 via his Beatport Top 10 hit ‘Riser' on Afrojack's Wall Recordings, the producer has since gained a wealth of support from Laidback Luke, collaborating with the legendary DJ on ‘We're Forever' and releasing a string of hits on Luke's MixMash label.

With his productions receiving backing from the likes of Tiesto, Steve Angello, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, and , Marc Benjamin's DJ sets are celebrated for their unique original main room sounds, with the Dutchman adding the likes of London, Tomorrowland and a 5 year weekly residency at Escape – Amsterdam's largest club – on his back-catalogue of performances.

Previously proving his skills as a remixer on Grammy Award-winning producer Zedd's Selena Gomez collaboration ‘I Want You To Know,' Marc has since released on Nicky Romero's and Hardwell's Revealed imprint.

With WESLEE establishing themselves as the one of the most refreshing and uniquely dynamic acts in  today's music scene, the pair catapulted themselves into the mainstream eye with debut track ‘Gassed', which was the subject of high critical acclaim. The duo scored a wealth of support from industry heavyweights such as BBC Radio 1's & , with follow up-track ‘Bathwater' further recognized by Annie Mac, Mistajam and Huw Stephens.

WESLEE – Sweat Dreams (Marc Benjamin Remix) is out now

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