Chunky house veteran Seamus Haji revived his Big Bang Theory project a few months back via the double A-side "Touch Me/Saw Your Face". That was Haji's first release under the alias for five years. In its original form, this speedy follow-up is a sweaty and energy-packed treat, with filtered disco strings, bass and orchestration riding a bustling, occasionally driving drum track. In other words, it's exactly what we've come to expect from the veteran producer, whose first single dropped way back in 1996. Remixes come from Siege, who opts for a tougher, DJ Sneak style approach, and Hott Like Detroit. The latter's interpretation effortlessly joins the dots between bass-heavy stomp, angular electro-house heaviness, and the shirts-off potential of classic disco.
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