Enjoy your Thursday with a free download from Amine Edge & DANCE as they take on the funky, nu-disco sounds of Plastic Plates in “Things I Didn’t Know I Loved.” By maintaining the right amount of groove from the original, this remake was made for the deep pastures of house music. The strong backbone and heavy basslines are suiting for the crisp chord play and gloomy vocals. Think 5AM at a nightclub — this track will set the tone for the weird hours of your raving escapades. Head over to SoundCloud for the free download.
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