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SNBRN – Sometimes (Bee’s Knees & Win & Woo Remixes) [Ultra]

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SNBRN’s original “Sometimes” receives a pair of impressive remixes. Featuring vocalist Holly Winter, the original single fuses the producer’s sunset house style and indie dance elements and arrived aptly in time for the summer season.

Chicago duo Win & Woo take a more club-geared approach to shapeshifting “Sometimes,” tapping into their signature use of melodies and bassline for a percussive rendition with flares of SNBRN’s original groovy aesthetic.

Comprised of Nick Winholt and Austin Woo, the tandem executes their remix duties with all the elements of feel-good dance.

Bee’s Knees take a different approach to the SNBRN production, using anthemic undertones to lead into wonky, climactic moments.

The duo of Aaron Spiro & Adam Novodor take on “Sometimes” with spontaneous arrangements of instrumentation, summoning the funkiness of the original and turning it into the centerpiece of their remix.

Both remixes of SNBRN’s “Sometimes” are out now via Ultra Music.
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