Rebūke Remixes Storm’s ‘Storm’

The new rework of the 90’s classic is out now via Ministry of Sound

Rebūke remixes Storm’s 90s hit single ‘Storm’ and presents the classic to a new generation of ravers.

Hailing from Ireland, Rebūke has developed global appeal with a unique sound that blends techno, house, 90s rave and more. His evolving production has seen him rack millions of streams, collaborating with the likes of CamelPhat and Alan Fitzpatrick, earning loyal support from BBC Radio 1 whilst consistently landing releases in the Beatport Top 10 Chart. His breakthrough release Along Came Polly via Hot Creations secured the no.1 spot on Beatport, whilst most recently his Wasp EP on Adam Beyer’s Drumcode marked his most accomplished EP to date with support from Pete Tong, Carl Cox and Adam himself following the previous success of his Obscurity and Rattle EPs.

A huge fan of the original growing up, Storm has had a massive influence on Rebūke’s skyrocketing journey that has earned him tastemaker status amongst peers. Already capturing the attention of industry titans ranging from Carl Cox to Patrick Topping who’ve snapped it up for their sets.

I loved the original as a kid, the energy and simplicity of it really appealed to me. I did an edit of it for my sets more recently with that in mind, that Rolf / Jam became aware of. We connected and decided to do something more with it using the original parts. When it was done, we sent it to Fisher and Carl Cox who both played it to amazing reactions and that’s when we realised we had a great track on our hands!” – REBŪKE

Nodding to the hit whilst infused with a modern twist, Rebūke balances elements of the original with his own signature stamp perfectly.

Storm has been exemplary in his contribution to the 90s rave and electronic music scene as it began to dominate charts across the globe. Standing the test of time, Storm (also known as monikers Jam El Mar, Jam & Spoon and Dance 2 Trance), has been at the forefront of the scene earning multiple gold and platinum awards including the original of Storm landing in the UK Official Charts.

Now breathing new life into the original, Storm and Rebūke are set to repeat history as they lead the iconic hit to a fresh and exciting new chapter.

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