I wasn't sure he could do it. I really wasn't sure if he could top his edit of Flume and Hermitude's "Hyperparadise." After I heard the new Ganz flip of "I Want U" by Alison Wonderland, though, I just couldn't contain myself. I had been proven wrong in so many ways. Forget hype: this is legitimately the best thing I've heard in quite a bit.
For those of you who aren't familiar with Australian-based Alison Wonderland, she's definitely of an elite class when it comes to this new wave of electronic music production (and we're also getting married, but she doesn't know that yet). So, as expected, the original version of "I Want U" is pretty sweet; however, Dutch superstar Ganz truly outdid himself in putting his own, unique flair on the tune. The vocal sampling is on point, the synths are superb, and you'll get the feels for the full four minutes and eleven seconds. You're an absolute fool if you don't grab the free download on this one.
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I Want U (Ganz Flip)
- July 11, 2014