The Climbers’ sultry summer deep house jam “Equal Responsibility” has gotten the remix treatment from three different producers and production teams, but it is very clear Betoko‘s take on the fun and bouncy original is a track worth remembering. Betoko, a UK producer by way of Mexico, boasts an impressive production catalogue in the span of his career and in this track, his pop influences, plucked bass lines, and tasteful percussion layering makes this one of the best tracks we’ve heard in recent history. Check out the full stream on YouTube after the break and purchase the full remix package, which also includes very solid efforts from Deaf Pillow and Inxec vs. Droog.
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