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Most people might not instantly recognize Joe Brunning’s name but he’s the man behind “Now Let Me See You Work,” which Carl Cox debuted to rave reviews at Ultra 2011. The song went on to become a massive hit in the festival circuit and even beyond. If you were a fan of “Now Let Me See You Work” then Brunning’s latest effort might also suit your palate. Although “Blow Your House Down” shares some sonic features with “Now Let Me See You Work,” it’s only enough to help identify Brunning’s signature sound. The acid bassline is powerful and the vocals are perfectly spooky. This big bad tune will huff, puff, and blow your house down.
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