New York's own Junior Sanchez isn't a newbie to dance music. Since the early 1990's, he's been creating dance floor-moving tracks in a variety of styles current to the time. This week, he's returned to a style that harkens back to that which he originally broke into the scene with on a track called "Salt." A vs. track with alternative rock band Bad Suns, it's one with a disco fringe complimentarily placed around vocals. Bringing a more laid back, old school electronica sound to Size Records, "Salt" marks another new era in dance music. Check it out below.
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Junior Sanchez vs. Bad Suns
- Size Records