Rebūke Revitalizes Dance Floors with Techno Remix of deadmau5’s ‘Not Exactly’ | CULTR

Rebūke Revitalizes Dance Floors with Techno Remix of deadmau5’s ‘Not Exactly’

DJ/producer Rebūke releases a refreshing, melodic techno remix of deadmau5’s iconic track “Not Exactly” on mau5trap. This version brings a modern twist to the original with deep, pulsating synths and shimmering soundscapes, elevating the classic for today’s dance music enthusiasts.

For the first time in 17 years, mau5trap has endorsed an official remix of “Not Exactly,” a track that has seen interpretations from artists like Peter Gelderblom and Jean-Claude Ades. Originally a 2007 single, it featured on deadmau5’s third album “Random Album Title” and became a notable success, winning a Beatport Music Award for Best Single. This track returns to the spotlight with a vinyl reissue of the album this spring.

Rebūke’s career has been marked by significant achievements including a two-month top position on Beatport with “Along Came Polly” and a successful release under the Afterlife label titled “Syren.” His portfolio includes remixes for renowned artists like Chris Lake and Fatboy Slim. Upcoming, Rebūke will perform at the renowned Coachella festival on consecutive Saturdays, April 13 and 20, spotlighting his remix of one of dance music’s notable tracks. Fans can follow Rebūke’s updates and releases through his official social media platforms.

Meanwhile, deadmau5, known professionally as Joel Zimmerman, continues to be a dominant force in electronic music. His spring schedule includes headlining performances at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and the Brooklyn Mirage in NYC, celebrating his 25-year career with ‘retro5pective’ shows. Deadmau5’s enduring influence in the industry is underscored by his extensive discography and successful collaborations, including his recent venture with Kaskade in the Kx5 project.