Valexus Joins The Stickmen Project for Genre-Bending 'I Wish I Was' Remix EP

The latest EP features 2 new versions from The Stickmen Project and a remix from Valexus

3 min
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Jun 17, 2024

With a staggering 250 million global streams, a gold-certified smash hit with Felix Jaehn and Calum Scott on "Rain In Ibiza," and show-stopping performances at major festivals worldwide, The Stickmen Project have solidified their status as dancefloor dominators. As the fourth most-followed electronic act on TikTok, amassing over 600 million views for their immersive audio-visual live experience, these electronic music figures now unleash their latest club missile.

The Stickmen Project have revealed a new remix EP for their recent hit single "I Wish I Was," delivering surefire rave ammunition with remixes primed to ignite hyper-techno, drum & bass, and mainstage crowds alike. The mysterious duo dropped the original production, merging an ethereal female vocal with deep synths, earlier this spring. Now they're showcasing a 4-track EP featuring the original version alongside two exciting edits of their own and an explosive remix from rising hyper-techno star Valexus.

At the core is the original "I Wish I Was," building tension before surrendering the listener to the present moment on the dancefloor. The 'Sped Up' remix flips the script, injecting a quicker, bouncing cadence, while the 'Bad Press' remix takes aim at D&B fans with a dancefloor drum & bass rework.

Completing the EP is Valexus' remix, with the hyper-techno artist - who has racked up over 3 million monthly Spotify listeners and recently remixed Cassö and RAYE's "Prada" - injecting 'I Wish I Was' with high energy and his modern techno sound.

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