TRACKS: Tom Staar remixes Dalsson & Marlon Hoffstadt’s “Shake That”


Shake That
Gradually evolving over the course of seven hypnotic minutes, Dansson & Marlon Hoffstadt’s Shake That, released in March 2014, utilizes deceptively simple elements – the irresistible rolling bassline, stripped-back beats and an imaginative vocal sample from Nate Dogg’s Get Up – to create an addictive, pop-driven take on deep house. Remixes by Mark Knight, Oliver $, Shadow Child and Blonde followed the release – and now, Tom Staar’s previously unreleased remix is available for fans and DJs alike.

Staar premiered his Shake That remix on Steve Angello’s BBC Radio 1 residency show in February. His unique electro spin on the infectious tune has gotten spins from artists including Laidback Luke, Tiësto, Axwell, Ingrosso, Tommy Trash and NERVO, and has left fans clamouring for the track’s release. The remix infuses the track with an energetic main stage flair, complemented by a driving bassline and massive build-up.

The production guru behind countless records and remixes – from the recent Spinnin’ Records banger Matterhorn to his Swedish House Mafia reworks – Tom Staar has refined his skills through countless studio sessions over the past decade. Whether crafting main-room house for Mark Knight and Kryder or the underground sounds of Hot Since 82 and Moda Records, Tom’s exceptional production ability has solidified his reputation as one of the most dynamic dance artists in the game.

Purchase Tom Staar’s remix of Shake That on iTunes or Beatport now!





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