Back in December, London's New State Music finally made the release of MZO Bullet's "Casablanca" official. It was about time too, as lo-fi YouTube rips of the track had been muddying up the sound of kwaito DJs everywhere. Though the song has been pressed and released, if you're anything like us, then you probably still can't get enough of it. As it turns out, Mite (pictured above) of Embassy Recordings has been thinking along similar lines. He recently sent us his light "Acid Re-Dub" that keeps the song intact while cleverly substituting the chaotic acid warble of a TB-303 for the original's bumping synth-sax bass. You can give it a listen below.
Cassablanca (Mite's Acid Re-Dub)