If you find yourself hypnotized by Ben Pearce’s What I Might Do, you’re not alone. The Manchester producer’s soulful deep house hit has been working its way into sets from top DJs such as Seth Troxler and Pete Tong, and has now been released on the versatile MTA Records with a slew of funky remixes.
The original is simply infectious; hear it once and you’ll be singing the vocals in your head over and over. Add to that tons of sub-bass and a moody synth, and it’s no wonder the Purp & Soul creative director is hot on the list for breakthrough artists going into 2013. On remix duties are Harry Wolfman, Adam Shelton, and Bonar Bradberry, all of whom offer up a refreshing variety of versions. Wolfman’s take infuses the vocals with an old-school New York house groove, Shelton’s goes deeper with a moody techno shuffle, and Bradberry’s hits the late-night dancefloor with a dark, driving bassline. Pick up the release at Beatport, where the club edit is currently sitting pretty at #4 on the Beatport Top 100!