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Cole Medina - Red Hot (Internasjonal)

Oh man. The stork dropped off something a little special last week, and I know we say this often - but this is a track that us here at SBHQ have been lusting over for a good while, since we heard it in a Todd Terje set a few years ago (yes, we've more or less actually been on the edge of our seat since then...) The track is entitled 'Red Hot' - on Internasjonal by a certain Cole Medina, fine purveyor of all things good.

The A-side features the original, quite possibly the funkiest track I've ever heard, that bumps along with 10/10 sleazy disco goodness. Fat bass, killer ax hooks, a genuinely rocking beat and a mesmerizing, unforgettable groove. Drop this dancefloor scorcher and be prepared to watch the room explode and dancefloor fill to the brim. You won't be able to see this take place however, because you'll be completely swarmed at the booth with punters needing to know what the hell they're listening to. The B-side is the MMD remix by none other than another sleazy fave, The Mole. He puts a fresh spin on the OG, by adding a grittier bassline, and a few tweaks here and there, creating another killer tune with a slightly choppier vibe. This one's equally as effective, mintyfresh and thus impossible to pick a'll simply have to decide for yourself.

Check out this fabulous record HERE, this is sure to become one secret weapon of a record that no DJ should leave home without.


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