2014-04-07T20:49:37-04:00 2014-04-07T17:12:43-04:00

Panic City hits a perfect stride on "Real Lies" [Download]

Boy oh boy do I love when an artist pushes themselves. And we've really come to expect that from San Francisco-based producer Panic City. Always pushing his own boundaries whether it's pop, indie or club house, we can always count on a good surprise from his next release. And that's the case today as though we've been seeing a lot of remixes from him lately, he's posted a free original track entitled "Real Lies" on his Soundcloud page, and it's visibly filled with inspiration. Sampling a portion of vocals from Calvin Harris's "You Used to Hold Me," Panic City has used a genre-bending approach to the track, working with elements from classic club house, disco, amped up garage and deep house. It's memorable and free, and a must-listen below.

Dance · Nu-disco


Loading Facebook Comments ...
  • RT : Panic City hits a perfect stride on "Real Lies" … – http://t.co/UY65KNyG9t @djpaniccity”

    Avatar Ian Cee April 7, 2014 9:46 PM Reply
  • Vocals aren't from you used to hold me…. its from Flashback. How can you fuck that up?

    Avatar Mike Stiff Wind Jel April 7, 2014 11:21 PM Reply
  • Sample is from "Flashback." Really love this song. Great job Panic City.

    Avatar TMo April 7, 2014 11:27 PM Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.