Cazzette – Trainspotting

The biggest DJs in the world drop their bombs

1. Steve Angello & Third Party – Lights

One of the best tracks right now! We heard this on the Swedish House Mafia’s new album “until now”. Amazing melody, drums are so tight! We haven’t played this in our sets yet, but we are about to!

2. Seven Lions – Days To Come

A unique mixture between trance and dubstep! The vocal reminds us of the old trance songs from the 90s, which is music we grew up with. We don’t play this one, but we highly recommend that you listen to it!

3. Calvin Harris & Florence – Sweet Nothing

As always, Calvin is killing it! His productions have inspired us and many other producers this year, and with Florence vocals, wow… We don’t play the original, but we play the Qulinez remix, which is a more big room version of it. Still, the original production is amazing!

4. Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes – Here We Go

 This track is always in our sets. The build-up is so perfect you get so excited before the drop! Works really well on clubs and festivals, it’s just a no brainer!

5. Justice – Genesis

One of our favourite songs ever, the drop is insane, so powerful and melodic at the same time. We are big fans of Justice and they inspired us so much since the beginning!

6. Major Lazer – Get Free

A fine mixture between reggae and indie. Diplo is always creative when it comes to production. Pon De Floor was one of our favourite songs for a while. Get Free is always on our iPods while we’re flying and just taking it easy.

7. Monsta – Holdin On (Skrillex & Nero remix)

These guys together, not much more to say than that. The drop is CRAAAAAZY! This is not in our sets, but still a great piece of music. Skrillex & Nero never disappoints you!

8. John Dahlback – Zeus

We always open our shows with this track, so funky and sexy! What can we say, Swedes always deliver!

9. Daft Punk – Robot Rock

This one is a classic. Super inspiring for productions. Hopefully a remix or bootleg will come out soon, so we can play it!

10. Deadmau5 – The Veldt

Love this one! Reminds us of the old stuff, but still keeping it interesting and fresh. We always play the Tommy Trash remix, which works really well since people know the melody really well.

Legendary dance label Strictly Rhythm has teamed up with the new and impossibly talented Swedish DJ/Producer duo CAZZETTE to release their debut compilation Strictly CAZZETTE – an 18 track DJ mix packed with CAZZETTE’s high energy brand of dub-house – a sub-genre shaped by CAZZETTE that fuses 4/4 beats, house music’s highs and the stabbing basslines of dubstep. The album is out now in mixed and unmixed formats, Strictly CAZZETTE travels in style the distance from rocking, underground club cuts to unashamed, commercial flourishes. As well as featuring CAZETTE’s breakthrough remix of Avicii’s Sweet Dreams, it also includes their own versions of Avicii’s monstrous Levels, David Guetta’s Titanium, Dada Life’s Rolling Stones T-Shirt, and Spencer & Hill & Nadia Ali’s Believe It.

Three brand new, exclusive CAZZETTE mixes of house classics also appear including Sol Brothers vs Kathy Brown’s Turn Me Out (Turn To Sugar), Ben Westbeech’s Something For The Weekend and Erick Morillio & Eddie Thonelck feat Shawnee Taylor’s Stronger. Incredibly, they still found time to cram in set-busting tracks from Tommy Trash, Tristan Garner and Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa.

CAZZETTE aka Sebastian Furrer & Alexander Björklund, caught their first break in June 2011 when their mix of Avicii’s Sweet Dreams began rocking dancefloors worldwide. Ash Pournouri from At Night Management (the man responsible for the meteoric rise of CAZZETTE’s buddy and world renowned DJ/producer Avicii) spotted their unique skills and signed them up. Since then their development of the distinctive dub-house sound has seen them vault their way onto the international dance music scene in Olympian style.  In the wake of the Sweet Dreams remix – Top 20 on Beatport – the boys saw their bootleg of the Swedish House Mafia’s Save the World accepted as an official remix and their highly appreciated bootleg of Adele’s Set Fire to the Rain head straight to the number one spot on