That is to say, Hood – which is OUT NOW, by the way – is deep enough for headz' satisfaction, but upbeat and energetic enough to work on non-specialist floors… which is about as much as you can ask from a track, I figure. With some nice Detroit-y synth sounds, solid 4/4s and snippeted-up vox galore, it's pretty much a textbook example of what's good in house music right now. It comes complete with a dubbier Cesar Coronado remix plus bonus cut Bur, which treads a similar path (and which reminds me a bit of the Derrick Carter mix of Blaze's My Beat), and I'd be perfectly happy to put my name to a DJ set that included any or all of 'em.
About: So yes, Deep Class. Based in Barcelona, run by Jimmy 'Fer' Ferrari, and pretty much a 100% safe bet when it comes to quality house music. Visit them on MySpace and HEAR Hood for yourself here.