If you think that electro is dead then Jack Squire is here to prove you wrong. His remix of APEK‘s ‘Voices‘, originally a progressive house anthem, takes on a playful attitude with a feel that stands against those who’ve lost hope in the heavy side of house.
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This tune preserves the glistening breakdown with a serene vocal feature from Linney, but soon drops into something way more fat and bass driven in opposition to the original. The production of the bassline will keep the dancefloor movement steady whereas the bouncy production and subtle fills comes at us with a unique unpredictability. This track is a perfect blend between hands-in-the-air-because-I-came-here-with-my-best-friend house and filthy underground I’m-stomping-my-feet-out-in-a-warehouse electro. Could we really ask for more?