Kings of electrofunk Chromeo are notorious for their groovy, vocal-warping disco house productions. Taking on “What You Want” off of Boys Noize’s Out of the Black album, the Canadian duo rework the heavy, blitzing original track into something entirely more digestible. And what would a Chromeo production be without their signature yearning vocals? Playing off the original’s “this is what you want, this is what you get” vocal sample, Chromeo’s Dave 1 (brother to A-Trak) lays down a catchy mid-track verse, putting his stamp on the remix in typical Chromeo fashion. The remix will be officially released on January 14th on Boys Noize Records.
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