2Coming from UK producer Dominic Dawson, whose production/remix CV takes in the heavy-hitting likes of Strictly Rhythm, Guidance and Paper, this is a very contemporary house cut despite the lyrical subject matter, wherein a spoken vocal pays homage to disco days gone by.
The Original Disco Rub is a lively, piano-driven affair, and the most likely to appeal to those in search of retro/classic house vibes. Yakka's deeper house Remix is cool musically though I'm not sure the pitched-down vocal really works; the Grand Street Metrotek Remix is a techier, tribal-tinged workout; but the real news here is a remix from the mightly Kruse & Nuernberg, who supply a stripped delight in the form of a Backstage Mix, complete with an accompanying instrumental.
Solid stuff from Nite Grooves.
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2 years ago