Since ditching his deep house inclined Deeplay label a couple of years back, Swedish producer Martin Brodin has enjoyed a new lease of life as a maker of typically Scandinavian nu-disco. Here he continues to explore the Scandolearic end of nu-disco with the emphatically melodic "Badabing". In many ways its typical Brodin, all vintage synths, touchy-feely slo-mo grooves and yearning riffs, with just enough solid back end to keep dancefloor happy. Norwegian producer Diskjokke provides the obligatory remix, turning in an apocalyptic psychedelic disco rework that breathlessly builds via waves of organs, moody bass and twinkling pianos. As remixes go, it's pretty special.