Rebūke Remixes Deadmau5 Single “Not Exactly”

Chart-topping DJ/producer Rebūke executes a refreshing, melodic techno take on legendary deadmau5 track “Not Exactly” out today, April 12 on mau5trap.

Deep, pulsating synths overlie with shimmering soundscapes transport this classic into modern day dance music.

Rebūke’s “Not Exactly” marks the first time in 17 years deadmau5’ mau5trap has released an official remix of the song. Other artists that have put their mark on the track include Peter Gelderblom, Trick & Kubic, Jean-Claude Ades and Major North. Originally released as a single in 2007, “Not Exactly” appeared on deadmau5’ third album 2008’s random album title. The nine minute 15 second instrumental was an early success for the newly formed mau5trap at the time winning the Beatport Music Award for “Best Single” and charted on US Dance/Electronic Digital Sales Song Chart two years after its release. The beloved progressive house track makes its appearance again with the vinyl re-release of random album title this spring.

From his two month Beatport chart-topping single “Along Came Polly” to his notable Afterlife single “Syren,” Rebūke’s music career has been nothing short of outstanding. Prior to deadmau5’ “Not Exactly,” Rebūke has taken on remixes for other big players in the dance music industry such as Chris Lake, Fatboy Slim, and Kölsch. With a performance at renowned festival Coachella Saturday, April 13 and 20 and a remix for one of the most noted singles in dance music, the sun that is Rebūke isn’t setting any time soon.

Meanwhile, catch deadmau5 this spring headlining the legendary Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on April 27 followed by two shows May 2 & 3 at the Brooklyn Mirage in NYC with ‘retro5pective’ shows celebrating his 25-year career in music.