Overall just a great dance record for the clubs. It always stood out because of its clever sound design and straight forward production.
Basically when we die and get lifted to the pearly gates this is what we want playing on our way up.
This is one of those tracks that you’ll always remember the first time you heard it. Derrick May played at one of the first Movement Festivals and it instantly became a favorite.
A great remix we can play whenever. The DFA crew nailed it with the disco vibes over the punk rock vocals. Fond memories of this song, late nights, and cheap drinks in Brooklyn.
We haven’t really heard much from Stupid Fresh but he definitely knocked this remix out the park. It has the perfect mixture of Prince and dirty funky house production. It always sounds fresh.
TP is one of the greatest. He mixes house music with hip hop style and attitude, and this track bangs.
Anyone/anywhere can relate to this song. In the car, day/night this will elevate the vibrations.
We’re always ready to take it there if it’s that time. Techy, dubby and dark, you always need records like these for when the party gets a little weird.
Picture yourself a long time ago in an abandoned warehouse far far away. There’s nothing like some dirty 90’s Chicago Ghetto House by two of the grand masters.
Dark, hypnotic and classic remix, Detroit techno x house legends. It’s like having dessert for dinner.
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