ESH ft. Chris Burke – Let’s Dance

ESH has been a rather successful alias and tangent for Phillip Cue. A formal side project, the modern soundscape he has provided to date reflects his genuine intent and passion for the genre of electronic dance music as a whole.

Remixing the likes of Maroon 5‘s “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt“, Galantis‘ “Runaway“, Jasmine Thompson‘s “Adore” and The Chainsmokers collaboration with Phoebe Ryan, “Don’t Let Me Down“, the Austrian producer has certainly made his presence felt within electronic dance music. Evidently consistent in his output, the rising name in the scene is continually providing the goods.  Now venturing into original work, his debut offering was an impressive Tropical House vocal piece alongside Rykka.

Continuing to develop ESH’s signature style, Cue’s remake of “Let’s Dance” reflects the influence David Bowie had on him as a person and musician. Recruiting the talents of Chris Burke, the vibrant house track is infused with thumping bassline and warped synths underneath. Groovy in effect, the track still manages to capture the original magical essence through the vocal layer and stirring sporadic chords.

Rising to a drum-led climax, the three minute burst of nostalgia and refreshing Deep House sound certainly hits an optimum level of energy and emotion. Available as a Free Download, you can listen to the full preview below and grab your copy of ESH’s latest studio work today!

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