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Gabriel & Dresden feat. Neil Ormandy - Tomorrow Comes (Remixes)

October 14, 2013
Having garnered support from the likes of Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond as well as earning high marks on Beatport's hyper-competitive Progressive House chart, Gabriel & Dresden's latest offering 'Tomorrow Comes' returns with two new stunning remixes. First, Max Graham and Protoculture team up to lay Neil Ormandy's vocals within a plush bed of piano, trance-inspired chords, and rich vibrant energy. While up-and-coming Columbian DJ/Producer, Moska, delivers exactly the type of big room mix that has made him the talk of the Twitter-town by guys like Laidback Luke, Diplo, Tiesto and more. Listen for tribal beats and huge uplifting drops with the vocal firmly intact for you to sing along to on that mix.


  1. 1. Tomorrow Comes (Max Graham vs Protoculture Remix) (05:44)
  2. 2. Tomorrow Comes (Moska Remix) (07:09)
Keplar quality