Music trends are cyclical, as evidenced in some of dance music’s biggest tunes of the past few months. First, Tommy Trash and Henry Fong revamped Faith Evans‘ “Love Like This.”  Then, Showtek brought an old school vibe with “90s by Nature.” Now, 3lau and Nom De Strip have updated “Rhythm of The Night,” the 90s club anthem originally from Italian band Corona. Simply titled “The Night,” the track enlists the vocal talents of Estelle, who found major success worldwide in 2008 with “American Boy.” Though Estelle’s voice is eerily identical to the original, 3lau and Nom de Strip give the song a massive overhaul. Instead of outdated synths and a predictable 90s bass line, “The Night” teases us with a similar melody before a 2015-friendly electro drop. The track has already received massive support from label head Hardwell, who dropped it in his set at Ultra: Japan late last year. “The Night” is not only the perfect blend of both producer’s styles, but a strong second release for Revealed Recordings this year.

“The Night” is out now on Revealed Recordings and is available exclusively on Beatport.