Call it Latin spirit or put it down to his special talent, but there is no doubt that Gui Borratto has a knack for crafting irresistible, melodic dance music. The Brazilian producer's own 2012 version of "End" is a seductive affair, with the effortlessly sexy, drawling female vocal unfolding over an alluring live bassline. It sounds like what would have happened if My Bloody Valentine had ditched their guitars after Glider and gorged themselves on pure MDMA. Kompakt boss Michael Mayer's version is a pure club affair, with the melodies unfolding over a typical Cologne shuffle. Ame push the boat out with their 10-minute version ambling through a stop-start rhythm.
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