Keeping the hot seat warm for Pete Tong on his BBC Radio 1 show, Danny Howard took to the airwaves for his version of a debut-frenzied mix session. Sticking out among the sea of new music and forthcoming releases stood Matisse & Sadko’s latest work, their follow up to the Steve Angello collaboration “SLVR,” a remix of The Aston Shuffle‘s “Can’t Stop Now.” Becoming one of the biggest records of July with the release of its original last month, the duo put their melodic touch where necessary for a well-balanced enchantment. Without the announcement of a release date, it can only be assumed that their take of “Can’t Stop Now” will be unleashed alongside Special Features‘s on September 16th.
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