Lee Squire's style is rooted in the roots of dance music: disco house. Listening to his music is a constant reminder of where house music came from and the feeling behind its inception in the early 1980's. Known as eSQUIRE, this British producer's records have the rhythm, groove and extra sparkle to give his productions the real soul that separates great dance music from the rest of the flock. He's now put his spin on Robin Thicke's catchy pop hit "Blurred Lines," that features Pharrell and T.I. With the already soulful vocals boosted by the extra bass and drum lines, the revamp that eSQUIRE has done is a great marrying of his style and the original, and makes the track very hard not to groove a little bit to.
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And as a little bonus, eSQUIRE has also posted a fresh two-hour mix whose title, "Summer Vocal Bombs 2013" really speaks for itself. If you're not too familiar or sure about eSQUIRE, listen to one of his mixes and you'll quickly be a believer.
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