Estrada Mix

Written by Des OSullivan

May 13, 2010 1:27 pm

Breastacular!The last couple of months have been awesome for dance music, we’re literally up to our ears in stacked vinyls and hard drives bursting full of cracking new tunes. Estrada’s latest adventure features some of these, alongside the bizarre inclusion of a 2009 classic (“it just felt right!” he claims nonchalantly). Brighton boys Prok and Fitch feature with the Axwell remix of “Walk With Me”. Prok and Fitch seem to be masters at creating classy modern house with that touch of the 90s, here highlighted with *that* piano sample everybody knows. Walk With Me also has a namesake at the other end of the mix, this time a remix by Carl Cox of a Moby track. Deadmau5 latest hit “Chords” also makes an appearance. Bloody good stuff, I say. Enjoy.

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