Yotto and Karolus Vitala resurrect Something Good alias with revamped classic: 'Rhythm (Of The Night)'

It’s been over eight years since Otto Yliperttula (better known as Yotto) and Karolus Viitala last released a record under their Something Good alias, but the Finnish producers are now making a comeback. Debuting on Armada Music, the pair relaunch their moniker with a brilliant take on Corona’s legendary ‘Rhythm Of The Night’.

Already played by tastemakers such as Pete Tong, Armin van Buuren, Vintage Culture, MEDUZA, Lane 8, Gorgon City, Tinlicker, Joris Voorn, Miss Monique (in her Cercle set) and more, Something Good’s ‘Rhythm (Of The Night)’ draws heavily from Corona’s legendary classic of the same name, which has seen a renaissance in the past couple of years due to younger generations discovering the song on TikTok. Already played on festivals such as Tomorrowland 2022, this reimagination pushes the song into the melodic techno space and onto contemporary dance floors.

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Neon lights, disco sounds, mustaches, ‘70s muscle cars, unflattering tank tops… these things are something good. Nights out, your favorite people, big speakers… these things are also something good. Go do what makes you happy and do it with confidence. Started over a dozen years ago as the lovechild of two young Finns, born from bravado bordering on obliviousness, Something Good provides the music you need for the best of times. Stop caring so much; listen to what you want.