Moby’s ‘A Case For Shame’ (Remixes) Out On Little Idiot
Good ol’ Moby is back again and this package of tracks includes two remixes of Moby’s original: one from Spartaque, and another from Sharam Jey.
Both are relatively low key, but also groovy in their own unique ways. Spartaque’s version is more upbeat and synth-heavy. I wouldn’t call it progressive, but if such a thing exists, I would call it big-room techno. It drops quite hard and has a really great synth line behind its main verse. Catchy, and fun, Spartaque takes a great track and changes it around in some really cool ways. Sharam Jey’s version is slower, and pretty groovy. At the same time, it is quite out there on the musical spectrum of normality. It has elements of disco to it and a nice retro vibe as well. Give these tracks a listen and see what you think! I definitely prefer Spartaque’s version, but I can easily see either track tickling someone’s fancy.