Oliver is an LA-based, nu-disco duo comprised of Vaughn Oliver and Oliver Goldstein (whom we featured recently under his other name U-Tern) For those of you as addicted to nu-disco’s bouncy and sugary sweet synths as I am, this remix of “Don’t Stop” will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. It’s not easy improving an already impeccable indie track — but Oliver does it with ease, transforming Foster the People’s original with disco synths and some noticeable Daft Punk influence. There is no set release date for the track, but we expect that to change in the next few weeks.
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