|1.||"Key Lime" (5:28)|
|2.||"Key Lime" (Patchworks remix) (5:59)|
|1.||"Key Lime" (Ron Basejam remix) (7:22)|
|2.||"Key Lime" (COEO remix) (6:02)|
House of Disco's latest essential missive comes from D'Arabia, a Bologna-based producer with one 12" to his name (2016's Red Rooster E.P on the label of the same name). "Key Lime" sounds like a life-affirming peak-time anthem in the making, featuring a snaking saxophone solo floating above "Get A Move On" style drums and a fantastically heavy bass guitar riff. The fine remix package is headed up by organic deep house veteran Patchworks, who gives the track a suitably warm and jazzy fix-up, and Crazy P man Ron Basejam, whose tasty revision predictably moves further towards jazz-funk/deep disco fusion. If you're in the mood for a more musically expansive but bumping interpretation, COEO's take is the one to check.
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