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Tiga’s drops BUGATTI. Another irresistible one-liner on the dance-floor that can’t be missed or forgotten. 

So much sex and attitude, so few elements. A staccato kick-snare rhythm, a robo-funk synth line, a futuristic pad, a detuned ride, a cheeky vocal hook and a one-note acid line that brings it all together. That’s it. All you need if you know what you’re doing and have an experienced pair of Canadian Electro-godfather balls intact. Tiga has made a career out of being catchy: from Sunglasses to Mind Dimension, from Plush to Pleasure From the Bass, from You Gonna Want Me to Let’s Go Dancing. How does he do it??

It’s his ability to drop a clever turn of phrase that separates him from the pack, but the strength and character of his production choices keep things clear of kitsch and make him a perennially hot-tipped cool-commodity everywhere from the great American EDM stage to the hallowed-haus of Panorama’s deep underground credibility. His career is like a Veyron – stable AND insane.

So listen to it, get it stuck in your head. This track is crazy dope, it doesn’t sound like anyone else, and it’s the most hip-hop thing all you house DJs are likely to fit into your sets this weekend so go on, get loose and take it for a ride.

Digitally released with a groundbreaking Pusha T version and accompanying all-star remixes from Eats Everything, Amine Edger & DANCE, Life Sim, Doorly & Zed Bias.

We are also putting out a very special 12″ vinyl with exclusive remixes, this is what Tiga had to say about it:

For this, my most personal record, i hand selected remixers of the highest order. Cliff Lothar, absolute legend, and current king of the enigma groove, delivers an absolute masterpiece. It’s seriously a 10 on 10, and I never say that. Vinyl only bitches. Perth Drug Legend, somebody else who I kinda know and yet totally don’t know (or I guess I just thought I knew) slams the ‘gatti with raw tribal funk: again suitable for a warehouse or a particularly forward-thinking car dealership. Rebolledo, one of the few men i actually trust, comes in with a slightly electrofied extended party mix. God I’m happy. Full disclosure: there were a few people who did remixes that were rejected. I will reveal their names publicly in good time. Good day. T.