Back in the very late 90s and very early 2000s, a select group of American electronic dance music producers were busy forging a chunky tribal-tech sound that became a staple in most if not everyone's sets across the board. The select few dubbed themselves as The 6400 Crew and for a solid five year period they put out some of the best floor-filling tunes on the planet through labels like Shaboom, Low Pressings, Siesta Music, and even dance music's biggest titan at the time, Deep Dish's own Yoshitoshi Recordings.
The aforementioned release on Yoshitoshi was a huge one to say the least and it included the fire on the floor tune "Dubb Me Some'tin Fresh" which was even featured on Sasha's Essential Mix that same year.
Fast forward to over 15 years later and the Yoshitoshi label lives on and strong as they have been re-releasing plenty of classic floor tunes including this mighty one which features three new updates including this storming rerub from none other than Vatos Locos label-boss, Hector!
Luckily for you, we have the exclusive premiere of this fire-hot update for you to enjoy until it sees it's own digital release.
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