Following up their last original “Beating Of My Heart,” which Matisse & Sadko brilliantly remixed, M-3ox are back with a harder electro gem. Included below is the vocal mix of the song featuring Dan Brown, but there is also an instrumental mix for those of you who aren’t fans of vocals. The first half of the track Dan Brown’s vocals perfectly compliment M-3ox’s uplifting synth work. As for the second half of the track one thing for sure is that the “Prutataaa” like “WOOO!” at the 2:18 mark will undoubtably cause dance floor mayhem as the track accelerates with powerfully driven riffs. Released on HEAT recordings, this original might be M3ox’s best production to date and we’d love to see if a remix would make it any better.
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