Ghosts of Venice is back with another upbeat remix in his patented filtered disco style. This time he takes Chromeo’s “When The Night Falls” and scraps most of the vocals and the funky synth lines, keeping only the female hook in his interpretation. The build-ups in this nu-disco club pounder are as subdued as they are catchy, with a solid drop at 2:49. It’s hard to imagine Ghosts of Venice played anywhere without bell-bottoms, afros, and cocaine, but throw this on the playlist the next time you have a party and you’ll appreciate it.
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