PRFFTT & Svyable
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PRFFTT & Svyable

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"Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash feat. Calvin Harris - Reload (PRFFTT & Svyable Vocal Edit)"

PRFFTT really isn't a hard name to remember and you're about to start hearing it a lot. i recently found one of his amazing tracks on soundcloud , and i wasn't expecting any vocal Edit of reload like this ,believe me i was impressed because The vocals have previously sent a melodic bliss through our airwaves in the original but by combining it with the epic " Reload " PRFFTT and Svyable goes all deep with this mashup; beautiful and lush pads, and a breakdown to die for! Fantastic display of diversity on this one .Take a listning below and juge by yourself ! -

"“Reload (PRFFTT & Svyable Vocal Edit)” by Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash"

Although this isn’t an official remix, this vocal edit is soooooooo dope. Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash released “Reload” earlier this week and PRFFTT & Svyable found it necessary to remix it. Huge props to the guys, this is impressive. -

"Your Weekly Top 40 Remixed: “I Knew You Were Trouble (PRFFTT & Syvable Bootleg)”"

I know, I know. Taylor Swift + EDM? It seems blasphemous to try to mix the mainstream, country pop sounds of TSwift with electro beats and dubstep, but DJ duo PRFFTT (pronounced “profit”) and Syvable make it work.

I’d like to preface this by saying I swore off all Taylor Swift songs after hearing her whine that “weeeee are neverrrrrr everrrrrr getting back together” on the radio one too many times. (You’re 23, girl. Get it together!) But this one immediately caught my ear: the original version on Taylor Swift’s latest album “Red” marks a departure from her usual sound, with a “dubstep” breakdown in the chorus.

PRFFT & Syvable’s bootleg is one of those guilty pleasure songs you’ll play over and over and hope no one notices that you’re actually listening to Taylor Swift. It keeps the song’s electro pop sound intact, lyrics and all, while adding another level of wubwub to the chorus’ weak dubstep breakdowns. The biggest surprise for me? The duo keeps a beautiful piano riff in the song (listen to 2:02-2:26 to hear what I’m talking about) that adds to the buildup and drop halfway through the song.

This is my guilty pleasure for the week, what’s yours? Let me know what fun EDM remixes of top40 songs you secretly jam to. -


His original productions have been noticed and featured
on some of the hallmark EDM blogs, including
This Song is Sick, Earmilk, The Kollection, DML, and
more. His collaboration track with SVYABLE, 'Hanging
On', has received almost 82,000 plays on
SoundCloud in 3 months, in addition to strong
exposure and coverage of his other releases as well.



Since 2010, Sam Driver, better known as PRFFTT, has
been innovating and creating new and exciting
sounds in the EDM industry. Originally from Houston,
Texas, PRFFTT has found passion in music since he
was 12 years old. Now, as a Russian Linguistics
student at Boston College, he spends his free time
producing new tracks and forging his own unique
creations in his remixes. With performances around
the U.S. as well as Russia, PRFFTT has created quite
the name for himself both in the U.S., as well as
With only two years under his belt, PRFFTT has
already begun making waves in the electronic
music industry. Using high-energy hooks and an
ever-changing style, he has begun to forge an
identity for himself that will not be easy to overlook.
Looking forward to the future, he hopes to continue
to perfect his craft, build his audience and fan base,
and continue to provide good music and good
experiences to all of his fans, new and old