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Pegboard Nerds take Celldweller’s rendition of ‘The Imperial March’ to another galaxy

Pegboard Nerds have crossed over into the dark side with their latest remix of Celldweller‘s “The Imperial March.” Coincidentally, the remix drops on the international Star Wars day, May 4. Additionally, it’s the three year anniversary for Celldweller’s original release of the iconic Star Wars piece. The remix is now available on FiXT.

Pegboard Nerds’ remix of Celldweller’s “The Imperial March” is just in time to celebrate the international Star Wars holiday. It’s chock-full of original vocal samples, synths, and sound effects. Heightening this remix are the Nerds’ impeccable glitchy effects that are sharply placed at each transition and peppered throughout the drops. The Nerds’ remix is everything and more fans can expect from the Danish dubstep duo.

Celldweller’s version of ‘The Imperial March’ isn’t an unfamiliar one

Celldweller’s rendition of “The Imperial March” sits at more than a balmy 30 million streams. Furthermore, it raked in this attention due in part to not only it’s sheer edge, but also because Star Wars fans and Christmas light junkies synched it to their light shows.

Klayton, better known by his stage name as Celldweller, is the non-genre conforming mastermind behind the Celldweller alias. He completely ignores genres and effortlessly pioneers a path for his vision, sound, and music. In addition, his music can be heard in films, TV, and video games such as Suicide SquadDeadpoolPacific Rim, Call of Duty: Elite, and many more. Furthermore, he’s the founder of the FiXT label. FiXT was founded back in 2006 and has more than 1 billion streams.

Pegboard Nerds previously collaborated with Anna Yvette on “Party Freaks,” which was released on Monstercat.

The dubstep duo consists of Alexander Odden and Michael Parsberg. The two met back in 2005 and formed the iconic, heavy duo in 2011. They’ve collaborated with artists like Jauz, NGHTMRE, Krewella, and Snails. In October of 2015, they released their Pink Cloud EP. All proceeds went to breast cancer research. The EP skyrocketed to No. 2 on iTunes Dance Albums and into the Top 10 on Billboard‘s Dance albums.

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