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CYB3RPVNK Releases Two Party-Ready New Singles by Skytech and Cityzen

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R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK ups the ante with dual releases from two of their most promising artists, Skytech and Cityzen, on the same day.

Skytech’s “Open Your Mind” is a thoughtful and yet dancefloor-friendly house track with a big-room, driving drop that serves as a contrast to its ethereal voiceovers, making for a trippy sonic journey that makes you feel as if you’ve just stumbled down the rabbit hole. Always the party-starter, Cityzen brings “Who Ya Gonna Call,” to the table, a grimy, bass-driven, and groovy house gem that will have the crowd getting down and dirty. Both artists have been blazing their way through singles this year, including Skytech’s tracks “Expedition” and “Touching Me,” and Cityzen’s string of rage-ready releases including “Crunk,” “Rock Paper Scissors” and “Rave Tech Repeat.” CYB3RPVNK is steadily building its brand through a roster of forward-thinking artists producing some of the most dynamic sounds in dance music today, and Skytech and Cityzen are among those leading the charge.


In 2018, R3HAB founded his label CYB3RPVNK, a place that embraces the alternative, pushes artistic boundaries, and serves as a platform to build up new artists. The imprint is current home to R3HAB himself and a strong roster of artists, including Skytech and Cityzen, each unique and cutting-edge producers in their own way. Skytech is already a household name in his home country of Poland, and the rest of the world is soon to follow; his name first appeared on the map when R3HAB discovered his original track “Tiger” and then helped Skytech to put final production touches on it, proving to be a winning team after the single skyrocketed to over 100M streams on all platforms. Since then, the two have worked on numerous tracks together via the CYB3RPVNK imprint, such as “Fuego,” “What You Do,” “Hyperspace,” “Starflight,” and more, fusing their sounds to make music that is club and festival-friendly while never sacrificing substance and soul. Meanwhile, Cityzen made an enigmatic appearance on the scene when he released his first track “Sirius” on CYB3RPVNK, without much of a clue as to his real identity except his ubiquitous sparkling glasses and affinity for the color red. Seeming to exist in the past and future at once, Cityzen has made a name for himself by transforming classic electronic sounds with a futuristic, modern touch for a new generation of dance music fans. Stay in the know about CYB3RPVNK happenings by following the imprint on social media.

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