Federico Scavo presents his take on Groove Phenomenon’s “Viejos Tiempos.” This Latin-esque tune is full of riveting bass lines and a punchy electro tuba — making its groove appeal unrestrained. Scavo is no stranger to groovy tech house; his latest releases of “You Know” and “Stump” made their way to John Dahback’s Toolroom Knights compilation — leaving his mark on the tech house world and proving that he’s a producer to be reckoned with. The track is out now via Tiger Records and can be purchased on Beatport.
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