DJ Hell and Bryan Ferry Team Up for "Dance"; Carl Craig, SMD, and DFA to Remix
- Words: Patric Fallon
German producer/DJ/label head DJ Hell has finished his work on a collaboration with Roxy Music's Bryan Ferry, a reinterpretation of an unreleased song by Ferry entitled "U Can Dance." The idea for the song was born when Hell met with Brian Ferry in London to discuss his desire to rework a Roxy Music song. Fast-forward four years and we've got the burning disco of Hell's instrumental (with a little help from Peter Kruder of Kruder and Dorfmeister) matched with Ferry's impeccable vocal performance, not to mention some remixes from Carl Craig, Simian Mobile Disco, and DFA production guru Tim Goldsworthy, coming out late-January on Hell's International DeeJay Gigolo imprint. Also, keep your eyes peeled for the track's accompanying video very soon.
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