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Sound The Alarm: MetroGnome remixes those jarring iPhone ringtones

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They say the first song you hear each morning is what will be stuck in your head all day long, so maybe that’s why everyone’s been in a shitty mood since 2007 — the best part of waking up isn’t Folgers in your cup, it’s turning off those damn iPhone alarm sounds that interrupt your once-peaceful slumber.

Whether it’s “Xylophone,” “Opening,” or even “Silk,” there are just no warm, comforting ringtones coming out of your iPhone. It’s a shit way to start the day.

So New Delhi electronic music composer and producer Adi MetroGnome has smoothed out the edges with his latest remix, turning these looping, five-second jingles into a jam more fit for the nightclub than the nightstand.

 

Last we heard from MetroGnome, he was remixing and revamping the Breaking Bad theme song, all decked out in a hazmat suit and racking up more than a million views on YouTube.

Now he’s jump-starting your morning. Check it out…

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Oh, and here he is remixing “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, if you’re still into that kind of thing…

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