Cross-Switch: The Killers – Runaways (Ken Loi Remix) [Listen]

Cross-Switch: The Killers – Runaways (Ken Loi Remix) [Listen]
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Acclaimed for his high end progressive house sound, Ken Loi turns this cute track by The Killers into a big room extravaganza.

Signed to Tiesto’s Musical Freedom imprint this year, Loi has that easy listening house sound that’s not too pop and not to hardcore either. If you’re in the mood for some good housey vibes look no further.

Listen to the track below!

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