Cherub – Doses and Mimosas (Eli Makes Beats Remix)

21 May


Eli Makes Beats remix of Cherub’s “Doses and Mimosas” compliments the original version’s chill yet infectiously dance-able vibe.  Residing in NYC, Producer and DJ Eli Evnen is a senior at NYU’s Clive Davis Institue of Recorded Music with a promising future in the music industry.  Check out his Bandcamp below along with a free download of the remix on Soundcloud.

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