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Hannah Laing revisits her ‘Murder On The Dancefloor’ with fierce rave edit !

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Hannah Laing revisits her ‘Murder On The Dancefloor’ with fierce rave edit !
Hannah Laing revisits her ‘Murder On The Dancefloor’ with fierce rave edit !

Reflecting on her large 2021 club strike, Scottish DJ/producer Hannah Laing returns with a mighty rave edit of “Murder On The Dancefloor.” Taking pleasure in significant acclaim with the original tune, such as a wave of DJ assistance last year, this rework of Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s early zeroes smash just retains on emerging in fresh new guises, this time diving deeper into darkish synth chords and rugged techno beats. Make way for a subsequent round on the dancefloor, as Hannah Laing methods on the fuel a bit more difficult, now on Spinnin’ Deep.

Hannah Laing has been coming up solid from the Scottish club scene, steadily settling her identify in the global deep/tech house industry. From her earliest productions in the mid-10’s she became a most loved among the club crowds, culminating in previous year’s hit “Murder On The Dancefloor,” greatly supported by DJ’s, like Peggy Gou, FISHER, Jaguar, Sarah Story, Hannah Wants and Danny Howard. From there on, she retained dropping gems, together with well known tech house hits “The Records” and this year’s “Climax.”

A renowned crowdpleaser, Laing efficiently opened at Creamfields very last August, with a comprehensive crowd supporting her and singing together to her tracks. Her video clip on TikTok that sees her mixing “Murder On The Dancefloor” triggered a stir as nicely, achieving close to a million sights – pushing streams on the report to even further heights.

Now, as she’s prepping an bold club year, like a offered-out gig in Glasgow club SWG3 in December, she calls her enthusiasts to action as soon as again, dropping a intense new edit of “Murder On The Dancefloor.” 

It is a history that presently functioned as one of Laing’s mystery weapons for the duration of her gigs. “Murder On The Dancefloor (Rave Edit)” sets off on the original’s pulsating synth chords, taking them further even though slowly creating towards a resounding techno drop. In this shape, the beat arrives in much more raw and punchy, focusing on metallic sounding, electronically billed bass chords forward of individuals familiar vocal strains.

When Ellis-Bextor’s vocals do appear in, they purpose as a melodic instrument, accompanying a durable kick drum and raving synth chords, all there to just take the dancefloor further more into a full frenzy. Laing has designed a complete new monster with this creation, only slightly reminiscing that zeroes pop strike in favor of a resilient, present-day techno groove. It’s an remarkable transfer, ready to murder the ground at the time all over again – better beware this season! 

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