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Appointed the official anthem for this year’s Global Gathering festival, Diffused Music regulars Paul Thomas and Andrew Bennett return hand-in-hand to the record label of Michael Woods for the release of a new original track titled ‘Datfunk’.

In a tough yet melodic production of light, high-pitched synth work and swift, festival friendly Electro, ‘Datfunk’ hits a perfect middle-ground between Thomas and Bennett’s respective signature sounds.

Out today on Beatport.

Proven a solid asset to the bigger picture in modern Progressive House over the past few years, Michael Woods calls upon American producer Andrew Bennett to drop latest peak time contender ‘Roadtrip’ on his Diffused Music imprint. Leaping from a hypnotic canvas of euphoric lead work to the increasingly popular chugging drops, the American’s fourth release on the label plays out with solid festival-esque substance. On the back of his solid synth riffs and potent beat work, Bennett continues to prove himself one of the more sound investments to Diffused’s Progressive and Electro empire for 2012.

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Michael Woods’ prestigious imprint Diffused Music presents its sixth instalment after the recent re-launch. Combining big beats with chunky riffs, the German Andrew Bennett delivers a high quality EP. Bad Habit, with its massive bassline, is a validated headliner of the package as Pheonix goes from a catchy riff to a bumpy beat in one brilliant transit. The final piece, named B.O.H.M, consists of sensitive and harmonic sounds emerging that signature sound of Woods’ and his beloved house press.

Andrew Bennett – Bad Habit EP [Diffused Music] – Beatport Link

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Michael Woods’ prestigious imprint Diffused Music presents it’s sixth instalment after the recent re-launch. Combining big beats with chunky riffs, the German Andrew Bennett delivers a high quality EP, set for release on May 27th. Bad Habit, with its massive bassline, is a validated headliner of the package as Pheonix goes from a catchy riff to a bumpy beat in one brilliant transit. However, the final piece named B.O.H.M consists of sensitive and harmonic sounds emerging that signature sound of Woods’ and his beloved house press.

/Anton & Jesper

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