After Tiga uploaded a short preview of “Let’s Go Dancing,” his in-studio collaboration with Matthew Dear’s Audion alter-ego, it both quickly became viral on online outlets and gained the attention of dance music titans like Adam Beyer, Sasha, Loco Dice, and dozens of others making their way around the global club circuit. Earlier today, Annie Mac was the first to play the mastered track in its entirety and now soon after, the Turbo Recordings boss has uploaded the masterpiece in full to his SoundCloud. Tiga’s full album is due out in 2014, but this record, along with remixes from Solomun, Maya Jane Coles, and Breach will see the light of day on November 10th.
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