Remember “Dancin” from the summer of 2005? It may seem like a ton of time has passed since the original release, but artisans such as Laidback Luke and Mark Knight have been dropping the acapella version of this tune in their live sets forever. Luke uses his trademark electro chords to create an official remix that is sure to keep you bouncing around for months to come. We feel that the trumpet is one of the most underused sounds in the game today, however, Luke mastered the instrument like no other. Check back for the release on January 19th (which is a day to mark on your calendar – just in case you are a release junkie like we are) it will be available exclusively on Beatport.
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