Vintage Culture releases a remix for Gui Boratto’s ‘Drink in Paris’: Listen
Vintage Culture releases a Melodic House & Techno remix for Gui Boratto’s “Drink in Paris.”
On Friday, a new interesting release arrived at Kompakt (an independent electronic music record label based in Cologne), since the Brazilian DJ and electronic music producer, Lukas Rafael as known as Vintage Culture releases a melodic house & techno remix for Brazilian electronic music producer Guilherme Boratto, AKA Gui Boratto’s “Drink in Paris”.
“Happy release day! Gui Boratto feat. Lhana Marlet – “Drink In Paris” (Vintage Culture Mix) is out!!!!”, added Gui Boratto to his post about the Vintage Culture remix.
Vintage Culture has been in the electronic music scene since 2011 and has been in the public eye with remixes of songs such as Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” and New Order’s Blue Monday. Since then, he has been touring many festivals, recently taking the Tomorrowland 2023 Mainstage. So there’s no question that he’s making a name for himself with his own releases and remixes, as the general public enjoys what he does, with hundreds of thousands of people around the world enjoying the work of the Brazilian star DJ every year. Originally an Indie Dance track produced by Guilherme and his co-writer Lhana Marlet, Vintage Culture reimagined it in the house vein of his style, with a techno twist. The EP, originally released in early June 2023, also features a Dubfire remix. However, in essence, compared to the Indie Dance releases, this week’s Vintage Culture release not only follows a different style and genre, but also moves towards the festival speed in tempo, so the song(s) originally running at 124 BMP have now been moved to 127 BPM by Lukas. So the tempo is following the standards/recommendations for Melodic House and Techno making a real party vibe.
In conclusion, Vintage Culture has once again put a promising remix on the table, as the fans and audience have come to be used to it over the years from him, and the remix of “Drink in Paris” is definitely worth a listen.
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