Nio March is back with a killer dance floor bomb with remixes from Troyder, Michael Oberling and newcomer Joe Le Bon. The original has a thundering bass line you're going to feel in your chest that punches right out the gate. Nio throws in a great guitar riff along with a haunting vocal hook and lovely 80's synths to round out this massive single. Expect heavy rotation with this one in the DeepStitched family! Troyder is up with a slow house, super deep remix. With a bubbly bass line and great use of the vocal hook from the original, Troyder doesn't disappoint. The pads are deep, icy and signature Troyder with drum work thats heavy and chugs this remix offering right along. Next up on deck is Michael Oberling with his 4 on the floor Organic Mix. The guitar riff from the original is the weapon of choice which lays the back bone to the entire track. Michael adds a great mix of organ throughout that plays well with the synths and adds in a driving bass line to keep you on your feet. This one is a burner! Joe Le Bon steps in the hot seat with his debut on DeepStitched. Welcome to the family! This rendition is left field and oh so good. The guitar riff, vocal hook and synth hits are used in a way that seems like a brooding summer storm moving in off the horizon. Joe has taken the original and turned it upside down on it's head! We love it and expect you will too. Synthetic Life Is rightfully titled and has some thing for everyone. Make sure to Play It Loud!
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