Taken from Example’s celebrated third artist album, titled ”Playing in the Shadows” – the album also featuring his collaborative club contender alongside Laidback Luke, Natural DisasterMidnight Run is preparing to re-emerge Ministry of Sound Recordings for an independant release package that’s due to be released on December 4th. Originally produced by the Mau5trap-signed Feed Me, a producer off the very top tier of England’s highly-credited and widespread electronic dance music scene offers his take on the enchanting vocals from the London-based singer.

Funkagenda truly struck the worldwide radar in 2008 with the release of his and Mark Knight’s incredible Man With The Red Face and, having actually been a centre piece since early 2000’s, the Maidstone-bred producer is still seeing the likes of dance music royals after a fructuous year of 2011. Coming out with the stellar hit that is Splinter in April, the well-reputed and remarkably sweeping Drift installment on Toolroom and the now submitted remix on Example has led him and his ascending Funk Farm platform into acclamation lately. And with his characteric progressive and tech merge fronting his advancement strongly, Funkagenda has utterly demolished the Feed Me-produced original with his kicking, big room filled synth leads and thick beats for an unconquered headliner position in the forthcoming package.

/Anton

8 Comments to “Preview: Example – Midnight Run (Funkagenda Remix)”

  • huge mix! its admirable how he can make such solid synth sounds

  • Track is out. Got it at vinyl penetration

  • ChrisE: Not officially released. It leaked..

  • Ok gotchaa

  • The buildup and the melody before the drop is soooooo awesome but the actual drop is so f*cking bad :’(

    00:00-02:45<3 and the rest is just a mess..

  • FYI Funkagenda did also produce the first track, Skies Don’t Lie, on the Playing In The Shadows album. :-)

  • +1 Jeppejke

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