That's a natural opinion for a band ingrained with DJ sampling and remix culture. After the duo opened themselves up to that side of things, they found themselves embracing the idea of releasing more and more remixes of their own songs.

"A lot of people listen to music in different environments," Epstein says. "A lot of people go to a club, and that's where they hear new music. You need to play something people can move to. I find it nice to be able to play songs of other artists I want to because they have had a remix done. I think it's kind of a different space for song to exist in. People need that outlet. We're just trying to let them dance."

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