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​Premiere: Len Faki’s remix of Stephen Brown’s ‘Deep In’ plays with subtle acid

The second installment of his LF RMX series

  • Harrison Williams
  • 19 July 2017
​Premiere: Len Faki’s remix of Stephen Brown’s ‘Deep In’ plays with subtle acid

Berlin based DJ and producer Len Faki continues his freshly minted LF RMX series with two interpretations of Stephen Brown’s track titled ‘Deep In’ focusing on a no-frills, old-school motif.

Now in its second installment, the LF RMX series serves as a way for Len Faki to share special edits and remixes produced strictly to use in his own DJ sets. Now he’s able to give the tracks a proper release while also giving back to a worthy cause, as all proceeds go to the Berlin organization Straßenkinder e.V. to be used in actions against child poverty.

‘Deep In (Len Faki Hardspace Mix)’ sees Faki lead with a raw and sripped back approach, much like the original. He delivers subtle variation that build with boosted percussion, adding breaks and vigorous energy. Booming bass and acid stabs complete the heady track, revealing a sure dancefloor bomb.

'LF RMX 002' is set for release July 24. Purchase here

Listen to ‘Deep In (Len Faki Hardspace Mix)’ below.

Harrison is Mixmag's East Coast Editor. Follow him on Twitter here

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