Tom Starr – 2 Toned Simms (Ado Remix)
For those of who keeping your ear to the ground for cutting-edge, innovative house music – you’ve probably been alerted of Moda Music’s new compilation release: Moda Volume 1. Moda Volume 1 is a double CD; the first oozes Summer vibes, focusing on the more indie side of Moda with tracks from Black Ghosts, Miami Horror, Para One and 2 Bears, as well as some very exciting, new signings. The second disc ventures into the club, covering French House, Detroit House, Electro, Disco and Techno, with names like Strip Steve & Das Glow, Tom Staar, His Majesty Andre, Mumbai Science and Screendeath providing exclusive tracks that have already had forums and dancefloors going spazzy.
FHMDC took the time to preview the release, and we were floored when we came across Ado’s remix of Tom Starr. This jam brings us back to the days of innocence, when the party people would surrender to a sound that was so overwhelming with a dominating force, you could do nothing but dance harder than ever before. Lung capacity was a myth, and individual expressions of dance would create unforgettable moments. To our U.S. readers, if you ever had a chance to experience a Buzzlife/Fever event in Washington DC/Baltimore, this is that sound. For our international readers, Ado had captured the essence of the perfect 4/4 underground sound, and wrapped it into a peak hour anthem. Wicked music!
Moda Volume 1 and Tom Starr – 2 Toned Simms (Ado Remix) are available for purchase here.