John Dahlback has started to heat things up considerably towards the latter stages of 2011 with his releases: “You’re In My Heart“, “Senses“, and “Invisible“. His latest remix of Sneaky Sound System’s “Big”, combines elegant vocals with a playful bassline. While this is not a big room banger (a la Swedish House Mafia) or a chilled out tune such as “Tell Me“, it meshes elements of both which allows the song to be played anywhere and everywhere. Best part of it all is that John has released this as a free download, incorporate this into your next party!
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