After the success of their “Loops & Tings” rework, Ferry Corsten and Markus Schulz decided to revitalize another old school tune. This time around the twosome are paying homage to Jam & Spoon’s twenty year old track “Stella.” Much of the original’s classic trappings remain intact — including its bassline and pitchy synths — but Schulz and Corsten still manage to give it a new paint job. The increase in grungy energy clears a space for it on modern day dance floors. Stay tuned for “Stella’s” official release on Flashover recordings.
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