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Gemma – Borrowed (BAILE Remix)



New York City has always been a hotbed for dance music in America, leading the evolution of nightclub culture with its status as a global tastemaker in the electronic music community; a seemingly obligatory facet of the city that never sleeps. The density of NYC’s artistic population indirectly sets the bar higher than most scenes in the world due to the competitive climate leaving us, the fans, to enjoy the prime cuts the underground offers.

BAILE has put together this stellar deep house remix of unknown indie/hipster Brooklyn band Gemma’s track ‘Borrowed’. He makes full use of the vocals, cutting the sample to include automated synth-like background elements as well as the more prevalent echo. With a full, warm, bass-line and somber melody giving the track its backbone, BAILE sets this production apart from the crowd with his dedication to detail; The off-beat rim-shots and panning pads add a degree of complexity to the song which provides the final product with its engaging sound.

Justin Shamlou

Raised on a steady staple of Dance Music compilations, I discovered House and Techno through the likes of Armand Van Helden and Carl Cox as a toddler. As a teenager in the SF/Bay Area, I discovered the world of raves and clubs and my passion for the music grew exponentially. Now, I live in Miami, run the Underground Dance Music blog playhous.net, and co-manage the Bass label Bunkr Music.

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