A track that needs absolutely no introduction — this elusive remix from Sebastian Ingrosso‘s protégé of one of the greatest dance music tracks of the decade, has finally come to see the light. The Otto Knows remix of French titans Arno Cost & Norman Doray‘s hallmark record ‘Apocalypse’ is finally out after its prime-time debut on the Tomorrowland 2013 main stage by Otto himself, and exclusively through us at We Rave You.

The producers behind this record need no introduction either, standing proudly as two of the greatest French progressive house producers in modern-day dance music. Arno Cost and Norman Doray have had their fair share of hits throughout their careers, however none have been as prominent as their track ‘Apocalypse’. First released in 2007, the track has gone through multiple reworks in the subsequent years, most notably from Otto Knows in 2013, and Kryder and Tom Staar a year later.

Otto Knows, on the other hand, was mentored by ex-Swedish House Mafia member Sebastian Ingrosso himself, and rose to an incredulous rank due to his hit record ‘Million Voices’. Following shortly through with his memorable remix of Don Diablo and Matt Nash‘s track ‘Starlight’ on Axtone, the Swede had crafted a name for himself in the dance music spectrum.

Four years later, history is being made as one of the most sought after unreleased tunes in dance music is being resurrected. This stunning rework of ‘Apocalypse’ from Otto still sounds fresh after so many years, and due to countless prompting and begging from fans, it has finally come to see the light of day.

Make sure to grab the ‘Otto Doesn’t Know’ remix here, available for free exclusively through We Rave You.



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