Continuing his Summer of Scream travails, Markus Schulz delves into the instrumental portion of his most recent artist album, and presents a track brimmed with a feel-good swagger for the summer nights.
Dancing in the Key of Life is a nod to those care-free moments, with a sense of happiness and charisma weaved between its melody and swaggering bass line, and works perfectly in an outdoor ambiance.
Remixes come in the form of the on-fire M.I.K.E. Push. Coinciding with the release of his new original entitled Intrusion out now via Coldharbour, the New York residing Belgian opts for his devilish tech-trance style here, and delivers to monstrous effect; smashing festivals on a consistent basis.
And to round out the package, Coldharbour welcomes a new talent to the family, with a beautiful deep-house inspired interpretation from Long Island native Michael Gin. No stranger to warming up the Coldharbour Nights across the US, his remix shows that he is a name to watch.
It’s a motto for those memorable nights and mornings, this is Dancing in the Key of Life.
Available on Beatport.
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