Steve Aoki & Kayzo Breathe New Life Into The Bloody Beetroots Classic “Warp”

“ONE. TWO. WOOP WOOP!” This chant was ubiquitous in the early 2010s, and still makes an appearance here and there these days. It’s from The Bloody Beetroots infamous “Warp 1.9,” featuring Steve Aoki, released on Dim Mak in 2009. The track’s history, and that sample in particular, has become party of the annals of dance music history and Dim Mak is doing a lot to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Having already released reissues of the track on digital and vinyl, it now gets a new revival from Steve Aoki and Kayzo as “Warp 2.019.”

“Warp 2.019” premiered during Aoki’s Sunday night set at EDC Vegas, where he was joined on stage by The Bloody Beetroots and Kayzo to perform the remix live in front of thousands gathered at the circuitGrounds stage. The remix also marks the first official joint-production between Aoki and Kayzo, though they’ve teased more possible collaborations in the future. Whereas the original has a pounding electro rhythm, “Warp 2.019” borrows more from current bass music trends with a heavier drop more influenced by hard dance. Check out the new remix below! Buy & Stream: