It has been a year since this disco offering first hit the radar as ‘Home’. What first was rumoured to become a trademark for the prestigious Defected label has now shown its true graces as a representative of the traditional Strictly Rhythm. Built upon an unprecedented classic vibe of 80’s most prominent dance sounds, the now benamed Kalifornia is another enacting of the fact that disco is utterly surfacing the scene yet again after many years of absence. Norman Doray is continuing his respected and preserved outlet, including his pre-winter remix of Hide U, the massively underrated remix on One Look for Axtone as well as the most recent take – on Little Bad Girl, by putting this eagerly-awaited production back on track. Also having just unveiled a astonishing remix on Breakaway by Tawiah, Kalifornia is at last seeing the light of day as it is due to be released on September 6th along with a massively pounding remix from Spain’s prominent club house producer that is behind hit singles like One Look and Jack It Up – David Tort, have a listen!