Pete Wentz and Spencer Peterson, or Black Cards, are out with a brand new remix for UK rapper Example‘s 2011 single, ‘Changed The Way You Kiss Me.’ After receiving huge support for their Up The Anti Mixtape, the guys are back with their growingly signature massive Big Room Electro sound, equipped with a healthy side of wobble. Give it a listen after the jump. Continue Reading
Yesterday, we premiered the unreleased Black Cards remix of synthpoppers, Cobra Starship, as a teaser to the first mixtape release from the new Pete Wentz + Spencer Peterson project. Over the past 24 hours, it’s been extremely well-received, with thousands of ears on it already, and today we are happy to unleash the full club-thumping mixtape from Black Cards that is Up The Anti | Volume 1. The new duo has included a multitude of good tunage in this first mix, including big time tracks from Afrojack to Porter Robinson to Dillon Francis, as well as a handful of remixes of their own.
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It’s always fun to see musicians from bands that I listened to in high school coming around to the realm of dance music production. Sonny from From First To Last was reborn as Dubstep wonderboy, Skrillex. And now, Fall Out Boy‘s Pete Wentz and Hidden In Plain View/Saves The Day‘s Spencer Peterson have recently teamed up as Black Cards, already putting together a handful of catchy remixes for the likes of Major Lazer, Rihanna, Cobra Starship, and more. We’ll be giving you the world premiere of their first mixtape (as seen in image above) tomorrow morning, but have a first look today at their unreleased Big Room Electro remix of Cobra Starship’s #1Nite.