Please forgive us. We’ve just returned from a two day-long dream state with a perpetual pulsating bassline and hypnotic swirling synths. It’s generally a good rule of thumb to download any song that has the name Eric Prydz (or Cirez D, Pryda, etc.), and “Midnight City” is no exception. Prydz generally leaves most of the essence of M83’s original track intact, but blows out the sounds and speeds it all up for a distinct dance music feel. It’s the kind of track that could be perfect at a huge day rave or at a club late night. Thank you Eric Prydz — but damn your fear of flying.
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