Dennis Ferrer turns the clock back to the 90s on a soulful remix of Nick Curly’s “Underground.” The veteran house producer bolsters the low-key tune with a classic house backbeat and a meandering synth bass line, perfectly complementing its catchy vocals through builds and breakdowns. His climactic organ line has a refreshingly human feel to it, a throwback to the analog era that Ferrer came up during. While this remix has been moving dance floors from Ibiza to New York this summer, you can finally own the release today on Defected Records.
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