Paul Woolford is the first announced to remix George FitzGerald’s late summer jam “I Can Tell (By The Way You Move)” and in the midst of thriving off his “Untitled” success, the multi-genre mainstay extends the original’s 90s house groove a healthy dose of impossibly catchy piano riffs and claps. The original and the remix are due out on October 21st and the package will include a contribution from The Cyclist as well.
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