Marc Kinchen has added yet another lavish remix to his 2013 collection, this time by way of Berlin techno veteran Wankelmut’s new single “My Head Is A Jungle.” Debuted this past weekend on Pete Tong’s Essential Selections, Marc deepens the jubilant melody with a sharp piano undertone playing overtop Emma Louise’s vocal. Like Marc’s take on Sinead Harnett’s “Got Me” and Jamie Antonelli’s “Divine,” this remix once again shows off his adept production abilities. Release date to be announced soon.
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