Pierce Fulton’s remix of Chuckie’s “What Happens In Vegas” was an incredible success — judging by our readers reactions — and this time he’s taken on a much darker project in Felix Cartal’s “Domo,” a song with a distinct rattle and a ton of energy. If you listen close enough there are some mild tech influences that makes you just want to start bobbing your head. While it is hard to categorize Pierce’s style, since his range is so broad, we can all attest to the fact that his productions are mesmerizing. Needless to say, Pierce will be tearing up the decks at No Sugar Added in Miami, and we’ll probably end up dragging him up on the Dancing Astronaut stage for some debauchery.
Via: Complete Control Management
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