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A couple of days ago Manila Killa released a remix pack to the bubbly pink track "All That's Left," ft. Joni Fatora. It contained remixes from The M Machine who put their signature future tech meets Tron spin to the track, TJANI added a moody house touch to the track, and Yung Wall street added an uplifting future bass remix to the tune. One remix though is underplayed and underrated and deserves more ears, that is Myles Travitz who builds a story arch and sensual game of cat and mouse with the track. He pitches down the vocals to create a male counterpart that duets Joni's vocals. It's innovative and provocative and captures the nature of the lyrics in a new light while completely transforming the original.