Despite racking up accolades in the dance music world since the early 90s, Angeleno Trent Cantrelle has flown largely under the radar compared to some of his comrades. The title track off his recently released The Right Way EP, might not shoot him to superstar status quite yet but regardless of that it’s a killer techy flashback track. Check out the full stream and purchase after the break.
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