Adam Beyer, B-Zet and York Remix ‘No Fate’ by Zyon

Released via Embassy One and Twelve X Twelve, Adam Beyer has been joined by B-Zet and York to remix Zyon’s iconic techno odyssey called ‘No Fate.’

Zyon, arguably electronic music’s earliest supergroups consisting of renowned dance music artists Sven Väth, Matthias Hoffmann, and Steffen Britzke (B-Zet), were among the pioneers of the scene who debuted on the legendary Eye Q Records. Zyon gained critical acclaim for their 1992 hit ‘No Fate;’ a tune that became a staple amongst the electronic music community, and following a cover by Scooter in 1997, it was clear that the record’s impact would be felt for years to come.

Having remained relatively untouched for the past two decades, ‘No Fate’ now receives a new lease of life through a string of contemporary reworks, reminding the next generation of dance music followers of its historic importance. 

No Fate’s resurgence has been marked by a huge melodic techno remix from one of the scene’s most authoritative figures, Adam Beyer. Infusing his highly recognizable sound palate of intoxicating synth leads, the Swedish dance music giant has delivered a welcome take on this classic old-school trance number. 

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Next to join the release is B-Zet (Stevie B-Zet / Steffen Britzake) – one of the three musical masterminds behind the original record – who returns over thirty years later to deliver a completely fresh perspective on his storied opus. Available exclusively as a Digital Vinyl/Music NFT, the remix marks a triumphant return to the release radar for the keyboard player and producer, following a six-year hiatus from releasing music.

Rounding out the record’s revival, we’re treated to the dark melodies and rolling rhythms of the brotherly duo York. The German natives give us a replete sense of ‘the journey’ with their rework, as they cut through monumental trance riffs, all-encompassing percussion, reflective breaks and epic apex moments. Landing on all streaming platforms from July 14, the pair’s emotionally charged remix is currently available as Digital Vinyl/Music NFT.

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