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Loosid Releases a Dreamy Remix of “Right Thang”

Loosid Releases a Dreamy Remix of “Right Thang”
Alicia

Loosid is an elusive DJ and producer that has been banging out tracks for awhile. Right Thang was released by Human Movement via Kitsune with a plethora of remixes. Loosid’s stood out amongst the pack with some heavy synth vibes, and dreamy progression. Layering in keyboard and rising, rippling vocal sample edits that create a super 80’s dance vibe. We are so down with this sound, groove to this remix below.

Human Movement – Right Thang (feat. Eliot Porter) Loosid Remix | Download |

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Alicia

Alicia has been listening to techno since she was born, growing up right outside of Detriot, MI. She was engrossed in music while attending art school in Baltimore, MD. Once she moved to Seattle, WA her involvement in the industry was cemented by being asked to promote for several nights throughout the city. Her main love is techno, her side-chick is future-bass but her most desired bae is house music.

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