House legend Marc Kinchen — who we’ve come to know as a DJ and producer as MK — has put his signature classic house touch over Sinead Harnett’s “Got Me.” The original track — which got help on the production front from Eats Everything and Lukas — features Sinead’s full-body, delicate female vocal, creating an elegant platform for MK to transform into a dance-minded release. MK has once again delivered a prime cut for the 21st century dance music scene.
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