We're all about that "bedroom bass" around here, especially when it comes to "Sleeping In". This time around, New York City-based producer Sean Turk has flipped Phil Good's "Sleeping In", championing his abilities to add a sexy touch to everything he remixes. In the past year, Sean Turk has already grabbed attention through his riveting skills that contrast heavy bass and percussion over a smooth and silky flow. The artist has often used jazzy, R&B infused vocals to pair with his hard-hitting productions which almost always seems to boast sophistication.
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In this remix for Phil Good, Sean Turk goes a simplistic but effective route of taking it on. Throughout the track is an infectious melody which will linger in your head hours after listening. The velvety synths and clunky drums create a smooth sedative effect, making it the perfect chill out tune for your weekend.