i’ve been a fan of the alaskan called curtis vodka for a few years now, but he’s been pretty quiet of late. thankfully he’s resurfaced with some great reminders of why i loved him so much in the first place. one is a remix of ralphi rosario’s you used to hold me, which you should definitely recognise. his remix takes the original vocal, surrounds it with a tough beat, acid squeaks and bleeps, before drowning the whole thing in a swamp of reverb. lovely. be sure to check out his new track phantasmagorias while you’re at it.
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