Southern Californian tropical disco maestro Goldroom put his signature good vibes touch on Australian indie band Atlas Genius’s “Back Seat” in a free download released on his Soundcloud page yesterday. With the rework, the track transforms from a sprightly indie jam out session to an even more atmospheric disco tune. Atlas Genius’s first single, “Trojans,” (originally released in May 2011) got the rework from talent like Fred Falke, Lenno, and Xaphoon Jones and now it only seems to be a matter of time before other producers follow in Goldroom’s wake and take a stab at this track as well. Get that free download hook up after the break.
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