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Premiere: Noise Cans Brings Bermuda's Culture to EDM With "Caan Dun (Yung Felix Remix)"

"Caan Dun" and Noise Cans is influenced by the Gombey culture from Bermuda's slave population.
Noise Cans-0279-Credit Pascal Bernier

Blending an eclectic mesh of Bermuda's mysticism into today's EDM culture, Noise Cans is certainly a daunting figure in the state of music today. The enigmatic producer is famously influenced by the Gombey culture from Bermuda's slave population, shared through the land by vibrant folklore song and dance tradition, expressed through intricate costumes and masks. 

Today we've got an exciting remix of his massive track "Caan Dun" by Young Felix. The original brought a Caribbean feel and the remixed version still remains true to Noise Cans original vision, however the remixed version does manage to make a life of its own, and the resulting track is one we'd like to hear at festivals this year. Fierce and incredibly dancefloor worthy, we think we might have found our song to start the summer. 

Purchase the remix via iTunes here

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