Although Nitin's tracks have popped up on samplers and compilations, it has been almost three years since his last single dropped. The release opens with the original mix, a brilliant dub house cut filled with subtle percussion, drawn-out chords, and a deep, sub-bass groove; it's an emotive and hypnotic slice of deep house in the truest sense. "Dubbed Out" also arrives with a stacked set of remixes headed up by Dutch techno artist Steve Rachmad who turns in four varied reworks of the original—including a vinyl only mix under his Parallel 9 moniker. Rounding things out is Montreal's Deadbeat, with his version of the original staying true to the name with spaced-out tape delay, a thick low end, and rolling percussion.
You can stream Deadbeat's remix of "Dubbed Out" in full below, with the full release available today on vinyl—followed by the digital release on May 25.