Paul Strive has enjoyed a breakout 2012, and the 19-year-old Hungarian house phenom is finishing the year strong with a serious debut on John Acquaviva‘s Definitive Recordings. Featuring upbeat percussion and pummeling low end, “Century Fails” is an eye-opening production that belies Strive’s youth with its veteran craftsmanship. Sabb‘s remix takes a slightly more subdued approach, allowing its hardy sub bass line to carry the track through deep builds and patient breakdowns. Head to Beatport to grab your copy today.
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