Ever since its release in 1983, ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’ by Eurythmics has been dominating dance floors all across the world, whether it be the original or its many covers, remixes, and bootlegs. With its iconic melody and equally memorable vocals, when a DJ drops this single you know the crowd is going to be invested and the many remixes make for unique experiences for each and every person in the crowd. In step DJ G-String and P5YCH0H as they put their touches on the classic, turning it into a mainstage bomb fit for massive sound systems all over the world.
DJ G-String has been a major fan of Annie Lennox for as long as she can remember and putting her own touches on this single was a huge deal for her. Not taking this lightly, she reached out to P5YCH0H, an artist with who she has worked with in the past, and knew he’d be the perfect partner for this cover version. Together they struck gold as they turned this dance classic into a big room anthem, a style we’ve not quite heard this single turned into. The pair of artists use monstrous and heavy sounds and combine them with elements of the original track to really make this a treat for all who listen.
Stream this single below.
DJ G-String earned herself a spot in the Beatport Top 100 with two different singles, was selected as one of the Top Ten Dance Artists by Reverbnation, and has been supported by numerous tastemaker publications, including Dancing Astronaut, EDM.com, and DJ Times just to name a few. As a DJ, she has performed in some of the top clubs in Chicago, earning herself a strong name in the city while the rest of the world has also begun to take notice of her with over half a million plays across streaming platforms.
P5YCH0H is a 20-year-old Moroccan music producer. At the age of 15, he discovered EDM with some of his major influences being Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, and Hardwell. He wanted to aspire to make music like them and 5 years later he is paving the way with several collaborations not only with DJ G-String but other upcoming artists.