David Dann returns to the remix duties for his latest release, this time taking on the melancholy Radiohead original “Everything in its Right Place” with punchy progressive flair. Dann’s finesse in the studio works in his favor here, allowing him to transform the original track without sacrificing its haunting soundscape. Juxtaposing Thom Yorke’s dark and brooding vocal cuts with pulsating progressive pops, Dann works to create a dancefloor-worthy track crafted for dingy warehouse parties and underground after hours.
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