We premiere an acid-soaked rework of Bon Voyag’s High Power from Manchester-born producer Andrew Sant. The pumping refix is made specifically for the early hours, as it comes loaded with punchy drums, menacing synth lines, and 90’s rave energy.

Following the epic Bon Voyage 2023 rework of ‘High Power’, F*CLR presents part 2 courtesy of Australian via Manchester House fanatic Andrew Sant. Andrew says: 

“I was listening to a Colleen Cosmo Murphy mix on YouTube and she played the dub mix of ‘Makin Music’ by Gary’s Gang. The track really captured my attention and I wanted to try and make something in a similar vein – kind of futuristic electronic disco. So, I developed an instrumental, led by a driving arpeggio. I felt the track needed a vocal hook and as if by magic ‘High Power’ fell from the sky”.

Mancunian DJ, producer and remixer Andrew Sant now resides in Adelaide, Australia. The founder of The Sweet Fantastic, releasing ‘Do It To The Music’ last year on F*CLR, Andrew has also released and remixed on labels such as 3 AM Recordings, Tri-Circle, Tarantic, Kolour Open Bar, and Playmore. His career has taken him around the globe from Sankey’s Soap and the Warehouse Project, Manchester, The Bomb, Nottingham, Miss Moneypenny’s at BoHo, Ibiza. 

The second edition of the ‘High Power’ reworks sees Andrew Sant turn his focus directly to the dancefloor, capturing the essence of 90’s rave with a more contemporary and pulsating approach. Vintage-style acid squelches play off sinister synth hooks and quivering bass grooves for a pumping slice of dancefloor ecstasy. Andrew Sant remains thoroughly faithful to the high-powered energy of the original while lacing his rework with an extra dose of hazy rave energy.

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