Just when you thought Nervo & Hook N Sling’s “Reason” couldn’t keep giving, this week a whole slew of remixes were released from producers who took the Aussie’s remix challenge. One that caught our ear came from New York-based duo Live City. The pair kept the vocal stems intact but came up with a sound that was both more tonal and more club-ready than the original. The track kicks off with a festival-sized build before blending in a happy-go-lucky synth and cymbal combo that squashes any hope of not dancing. Voting starts today, so be sure to click here to cast your vote.
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