As the hip hop editor who has a tendency to enjoy a whole lot of other genres, a track that can find a blend between dance and hip hop tends to be something that can completely make my day. Herve and Zebra Katz's amazing "Tear the House Up" was definitely a track that put a smile on my face, and so was Spank Rock, Kid-Kamillion, and Boys Noize's amazing song "Gully."
As with most things Boys Noize related, the track is now receiving the remix treatment, and they managed to get the amazing Brodinski to give it a spin. While it's not a total 180 spin from the original, the new version definitely gives it a burst of energy perfect for a French-techno set that Brodinski so perfectly executes in the club and on the festival circuit. It's dark and intense, but with the perfect level of dance perfection that the Bromance label-head is well-known for. This is one for the clubs. Somewhere, his bromantic buddy Gesaffelstein is smiling about this remix.
Check out the track below and purchase the track over at Beatport.
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Gully (Brodinski Remix)
- Boys Noize Records
- July 15, 2014