We've been featuring Dallas' Dan Rogers, aka Neo-Safari, on-and-off for some time now, most recently for his impressive rework of Classixx' Borderline. The aptly named producer is never one to disappoint with his synth soaked originals and additions on remixes, always keeping things fresh and coming with a phenomenally executed sound. Today we're bringing you his latest work, a remix for the Danger Mouse and James Mercer duo Broken Bells and their track Holding On For Life off the new album After The Disco, with which we see a slight but notable divergence from his usual style. Inspired by the realization that Mercer's vocals on the track are undoubtedly reminiscent of The Bee Gees, Rogers has capitalized on the vintage elements, speeding up the cadence and washing it in a buoyant funk vibe with sonorous drums and bassline, bringing the originals ethereal atmosphere onto the dancefloor. Another shining production in his already prolific and diverse collection, this is just further proof that he's definitely one to keep an eye on this year. Hit play below and enjoy.
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