Dego, one half of 4hero, drops Don’t Stop (Let It Go), some delectable funk-infused boogie
This track isn’t due out till mid-December, but it will likely leapfrog into the upper echelons of most people’s best-of lists for 2015.
Don’t Stop (Let It Go), on Italian label Neroli, is quite simply one of the best tracks of the year – seven minutes of exquisite string-swept boogie, which at times evokes memories of vintage ’70s Chic. Those strings, courtesy of cellist Izzi Dunn, are the icing on the cake of what’s destined to be a future dance-floor classic.
Listen to Don’t Stop (Let It Go) on this page, before pre-ordering the 12″ from Phonica, Red Eye and Juno. That’s right, this is a vinyl-only release – those without turntables will have to wait until next year for a digital download.
Dego’s 2000Black label
1. Don’t Stop (Let it Go)
2. Save It Til Later
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