Amazingly, this is Moodmusic's 100th single release. And what better way to notch up a century of good grooves with the stand-out cut from Martin "King Roc" Dawson's recent album of the same name. It's arguably Dawson's most attractive single yet, a deep but driving fusion of classic house sassiness, bumpin' bass and the cleanest of rush-inducing piano riffs. Jay Shepheard continues on this old skool MDMA tip on his exemplary remix, which retains the retro bassline but drops the tempo and adds twittering electronics for maximum Balearic effect. Also worth checking is the cacophonous "Drum Chord", a dirty basement wobbler clearly designed to send late-night dancefloors into spasms of gut-wrenching delirium.
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