Out of Toolroom‘s sonic toolbox Mark Knight lifts a bustling house jewel: his remix of C.O.T.’s “Let It Go.” The edit has become a staple of Knight’s live sets of late, and in this time it’s proven infallible in its ability to draw club crowds to the dance floor in droves. Now, in the titular fashion of C.O.T.’s original, Knight has primed his spin for a formal release. But hear it one day early, here, only at Dancing Astronaut.
Knight’s revision pairs a robust rhythmic structure with quivering stabs and an old-school tonal groove. There’s an inescapable, feel-good quality to the cut, which flaunts the fine-tuned finesse of Knight’s galvanizing global brand of house music. The re-imaginative effort arrives as a lively extension of Knight’s legacy: movement-manifesting underground sound for the big stage.
Find out how Knight’s Toolroom has weathered the test of time, here.
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