40 Thieves ft. Qzen – Don’t Turn It Off remixes EP (Permanent Vacation)
Written by lmercedes
July 30, 2010 9:54 am
The nu-disco stomper that’s been doing the rounds all year in many a purveyor of an overpriced Mojito comes back repackaged in this neat set of remixes.
What began as a cover of a Hot Chocolate track, originally appearing on the flipside of minor 1979 hit “Mindless Boogie” gets re-rubbed by Brennan Green and wizard of editry Greg Wilson, to bring the tune from bar to dancefloor.
Brennan Green stretches out the tune out to a pee break-worthy nine minutes, stripping down the warm cuddly bass for a bit and dribbling acid all over it. It’s good but Mr. Wilson’s edit is the winner here. He deconstructs the cut and puts the bits back together to create a far tighter entity, one which, like any respectable young lady, doesn’t whore itself out all in one go but teases, holds itself back, to ultimately deliver.
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