Purple Disco Machine Lands High-Profile Official Remix for The Rolling Stones: Listen

The legendary Rolling Stones have once again proven their timeless appeal with the release of Purple Disco Machine's remix of their track "Mess It Up." 

The single, a cut from the Stones' Hackney Diamonds album, is the band's first collaborative material in well over a decade. Notably, it features their late drummer Charlie Watts.

A contemporary blend of classic rock and electrifying dance music, Purple Disco Machine's spin sees the producer incorporating his signature shimmering synths into the fabric of "Mess It Up." Coupled with a funky pluck bassline, his contributions bring a fresh pulse to the track, tailoring it for the modern dancefloor.

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This innovative remix not only celebrates the Rolling Stones' enduring legacy but also highlights their continued relevance in the contemporary music landscape. It's a striking example of how timeless music can be reimagined, connecting the past and present in a harmonious, exhilarating fusion.

Additionally, Purple Disco Machine has reinforced himself as a go-to producer of high-profile remixes. His "Mess It Up" rework follows similarly noteworthy remixes for Elton John and Britney Spears, Gorillaz, Calvin Harris and more.


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