It’s a great thing to see two producers you know and love merge talent on a track. Pryda Friends newcomer Richard Knott was one of the chosen ones to remix indie dance producer Unicorn Kid’s latest release, “Feel So Real.” Tracks like Knott’s “Locus Solus” and Unicorn Kid’s “Need U” haven’t quickly left our consciousness in recent months and Knott’s latest effort takes Unicorn Kid’s original bottom line and gives it a shot full of just the right amount of melodic house medicine. This one was released earlier this week on iTunes. Check out a stream and purchase after the break.
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