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Inpetto – How We Used To Do (Mixmash Records)

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Released on Laidback Luke’s respected imprint, Mixmash Records, German duo Inpetto are back with their infectious track, ‘How We Used To Do’ released on 7th March 2016.

Bursting full of high energy from the start, ‘How We Used To Do’ is an instant crowd pleaser. The Duderstadt brothers are continuing to prove themselves as one of Europe’s ingenious DJ acts.

The German duo are well known for their 1999 smash,‘Toca’s Miracle’ and have since become fiercely in-demand for their remixing capabilities.

With praise from the likes of Axwell and David Guetta to name a few, as well as huge upcoming festival performances at Tomorrowland Brazil, their original material brings their talent to the forefront.

‘How We Used To Do’ takes a nineties dance influenced piano melody and a powerful vocal hook, combined with bouncing house beats and complex synth melodies is sure to fill dancefloors all over the world.

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