The deeper side of Dave Spoon — aka Shadow Child — is starting off 2013 with an exceptionally good remix to Manchester band Delphic’s “Baiya.” The track is a forthcoming single off their Collections album, set to be released January 28th on Polydor Records. Last year was a busy year on the remix front for Shadow Child, as he reconstructed tracks like Hot Since 82’s “Knee Deep In Louise,” and Justin Martin & Leroy Peppers’ “Riding Spaceships” — adding to the list of producers who split their styles of productions between alternate aliases. This remix is full of feel-good grooves that ooze with dance friendly vibes. If this track is a telling sign of what 2013 will be like, we expect big things from the Shadow Child moniker in the months to come.
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