Joseph Ashworth is known as a house and techno producer, but his latest outing on Disco Halal finds him exploring more downtempo/leftfield territory. Imagine getting Burial to produce a 1980s Kate Bush track in the style of those "chill-out" mixes you used to get of fluffy Eurotrance records in the late 90s, and you're somewhere close to an idea of what the Original Mix of 'Breathe' (feat Vanity Fairy) sounds like. Dropping the female vocal (well, mostly) gives the Instrumental a slightly darker feel, but for dancefloor play head for the Tunnelvisions Remix, which makes great use of an old school breakbeat and a dubby bassline.
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