The Brown Acid "Try Humanity (Starkey Remix)"
Belgium's excellently named The Brown Acid gets the remix treatment from Philly's king of street bass, Starkey, who transforms the electric soul-funk of the original into a monstrous, grimey tune, with bits of Baltimore club and stuttering dubstep thrown in for good measure. With source material so soulful, it would be hard to mess up a remix of "Try Humanity," and Starkey delivers, with lush, dark synth lines, a shimmer of juke, and bass so high in the mix that it pounds you.
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