French DJ/Producers Canblaster and Brodinski join forces to offer up a slice of techno heaven with their rework to Symphony Hall’s “One Night Stand.” The track features a rhythmic bass line with pulsating synth work throughout — perfectly underlining Jay Norton’s vocals. This year we’ve seen a lot of fresh techno material come out of France from labels like Brodinski’s Bromance, and in this case Marble Music. Enjoy this free download to close out your year and expect a lot more from this camp in the year to come.
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