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Daleri - Curare

March 18, 2013
The Daleri boys keep the tunes coming at a high pace. Home to the Trice label, the Swedish duo present the follow-up to the rocking ‘Pitch Please’ and ‘En Route’, the playful and electro-pitched ‘Curare’! Producers Eric Kvarnström and Robert Kanat go all-in to make it to the high grounds of a successful international career in music. And for good reason, cause these guys have built their own, characteristic sound, quickly making name in prog-house. Whenever one of their tunes comes up, you’ll instantly know it’s a Daleri tune. Same goes for the energetic ‘Curare’. Its high synths, hard-hitting bass and maddening electro stabs make this one a great tune to welcome spring. Dutchman Rene Kuppens toyed around with ‘Curare’, giving it that extra, hard-house inspired edge that works so well on the floors today. 


  1. 1. Curare (Original Mix) (05:46)
  2. 2. Curare (Rene Kuppens Remix) (05:10)
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