Face + Heel "One Hundred Years Deep (Fort Romeau Remix)"
- Words: James Eaton
It would appear that UK producer Fort Romeau has become the remixer of choice as of late. Every time we turn around, the guy has reworked some manner of electronic or synth-pop tune into a deeply bubblin' house cut, the latest example of which is this version of Face + Heel's "One Hundred Years Deep." The Cardiff-based duo (pictured above) has the energy turned up ever so slightly on its moody slow-jam, courtesy of Fort Romeau's tradmarked analog synth pads and basslines and straightforward dancefloor rhythms. It's nothing game-changing, but "One Hundred Years Deep (Fort Romeau Remix)" nonetheless offers a subtly powerful counterpart to Face + Heel's original tune.
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