If NERVO & Hook n Sling’s collaboration “Reason” was a little too poppy for you, then look no further than Cash Cash & The Jane Doze remix of the commercial house stunner. Infusing the original with stuttering vocal cuts and quintessential electro house squeals, these NJ-natives successfully transform the Aussie’s original into a progressive bomb. Cash Cash and The Jane Doze use progressive builds accompanied by subtle electro house elements to create a seamlessly produced mash-up of styles that works perfectly alongside Liv and Mim’s beautiful vocal efforts.
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