Unless you’ve been hiding out with no internet access all summer, you’ve heard ubiquitous anthem “Eat Sleep Rave Repeat” played across sets and social media networks. Calvin Harris has spun the Fatboy Slim and Riva Starr collab into a gritty acid house mainstay showcasing a more electro-driven sound than what we’re used to. Previewed first during his EDC Vegas set in June and heard throughout summer sets, this song is proof his sound may be making a departure from the Top 40 charts after all.
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