Drift away on the dance floor to the positive vibes and dirty disco of “Dreamer” by Australia’s @Throttle

THROTTLE, “Dreamer”

It might take a few listens to draw you in, but the easy-going and positive vibes of “Dreamer” by Australian producer Throttle (aka Robbie Bergin) are completely infectious.  After getting to spend a bit of time chatting with Throttle after seeing his show in Toronto in June, I was waiting for this one… so in his first release for Monstercat, he takes a slightly different direction from past songs (including collaborations with Oliver Heldens and Galantis).  Throttle concocts an atypical warm and fuzzy ‘dirty disco’ synth sound and then drops a steady beat behind it for you to groove away.  With a brief, uncredited vocal to set the tone, you can bet when “Dreamer” is played at festivals that big crowds will simply cheer.  Dance songs don’t always need to be bangers and “Dreamer” is a prime example of one that works out strategically when a bit less can mean a lot more.

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“My Kind Of Girl” as remixed by Australia’s @Throttle returns @MichaelBuble to clubland

THROTTLE x MICHAEL BUBLÉ, “My Kind Of Girl”

Young Australian producer/remixer Throttle is showing why he is becoming increasingly in demand and performing at concerts like Tomorrowland, with his reshaping of Michael Bublé’s lovely “My Kind Of Girl” for clubland.  What’s great about this remix is that it retains the jazzy flavour of the original, and actually works it up against the playful drops and torrent of synths that are added – Throttle calls it Dirty Disco.  Think of “We No Speak Americano” or “Mambo #9” without the novelty; Throttle’s remix of “My Kind Of Girl” is an immediate dance floor filler.  It will draw out the romantics for the jazzy side of the song, and if they have some moves, they can bust them right along those who do not.  Club DJ’s would be wise to incorporate Throttle’s remix of “My Kind Of Girl” at the height of a busy evening.  You may recall Michael Bublé’s songs were in dance clubs from the getgo, through 2004’s Ralphi Rosario mix of the classic “Sway” 🙂  If you have a Bit Torrent client, you can download it for free from the link above.

Published in: on December 31, 2016 at 12:15 am  Leave a Comment  
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