Avicii's single "Silhouettes" exploded when it came onto the scene this year and was Pitchfork creator's, Ryan Schreiber, favourite EDM track of 2012. With track held in such high regard, it set the standards for a remix higher than normal, and thus I've only heard or seen a handful. With its melodic soundscape building up into a classic progressive house sensation, not to mention the soft vocals that Avicii so often uses to his advantage, this track was just asking to be remixed with an aggressive side.
Nari and Milani did just that. They turned the frat loving, sing-along, club hit into a dutch house nightmare. From start to finish you get a heavy vibe as Nari and Milani taunt you with the original at points but quickly make sure you never feel to comfortable with the classic build because before you know it they change the scheme and you're being hit straight with that 808 kick. One thing that really stuck out to me about this remix was how changed it completely into something else. Besides the half way point where they tease you with the original vocals, you could be left thinking that this is an original mix on its own. Enjoy.