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Choon Choosday: Agoria – 11eme Marche (Phil Kieran mix)

2 August, 2016

We are putting the Choon back in Choon Choosday this week with an absolute belter from 2002. This falls under the category of 4/4 house music that doesn’t really change much and go anywhere because it doesn’t need to. Sometimes an artist hits on a combination of beats, chords and bass line that fit so well and with such an infection that it will fill a dance floor without needing to progress.

But then we hit that incredible “ping pong ball bouncing on the floor” breakdown at around 4:20 which builds back up before throwing down the main riff again harder than before. Solid work everyone.




From → Choon Choosday, Music

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