German production duo Milk & Sugar are all about bringing back the retro for the contemporary world of house music. After resurrecting beats and verses like that on "I Used To Be" with Method Man & Redman, the guys have moved on to a true iconic hip house track entitled "Bass (How Low Can You Go)." Originally out in 1988, the Simon Harris record debuted on Pete Tong's label FFRR and hit #1 on the Billboard charts and featured Chuck D on the vocal samples.
And now, Milk & Sugar have resurrected the track to bring it into 2015: keeping the retro vibe with an 808 beat, chopping the vocals and bumping up the BPM to keep up with today's house sets. They've also invited Australian house artist Doorly to offer up his take on the track, adding to their history of work together. Doorly offers his usual moody depth in style, giving "Bass (How Low Can You Go)" an underground smokiness. Check out the track below.
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