M-22 Feat. Hayley May – Good For Me (M-22 & Sonic Matta Edit)

A good host of quality among the rank of top notch Electronic Dance Music Labels is Sebastian Ingrosso’s house for House addicts Refune Records. While many remember it for hosting his stellar collaboration titled ‘Calling’ with Alesso, it has consistently been at the helm of quality music being churned out from labels, along with the other camps Axtone and Size, run by fellow Swedish House Mafia members Axwell and Steve Angello respectively. Regardless what counts as quality at the end of the day is the output and we have our hands on another spectacular release from Dutch/English duo of Matt James and Frank Sanders, who go by the moniker of M-22, and fellow Briton Sonic Matta. The two talented producers rework the former’s latest release ‘Good For Me‘ featuring the British singer/songwriter Hayley May.

What is captivating about this release is the way that it embodies the original vocal samples from Prodigy’s 1994 track ‘No Good‘ while maintaining it’s very own identity. Thumping, surely a shuffle-worthy and iconic in it’s own regard, the release adds to the top level music that Refune has come to be known about. Premiered for the crowds by Alesso himself, the track has seen the great support in the sets from Axwell and the label boss Ingrossso too. While what happens on the charts is pure speculation, a listen to this tune can surely turn you into a fan and be on the look out for more from the two Britons.

You can purchase the track from here for a quick buy!

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