Last week we previewed Calvin Harris’s upbeat remix of “Only the Horses.” Today, Brodinski returns with a haunting re-imagining of the pop track. Deep and dark, Brodinski flexes his techno muscle with a driving bass line and wonky synths. Whenever we hear a new Brodinski remix, we can’t help but question why this guy isn’t getting more attention – every track he attaches his name to is impeccable. Watch for this one to be released on May 13th in the official remix package.
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