Hot Toddy Is Taking Over Remixes For Patawawa’s ‘Wires’

Late last year the ever-charming UK based pop power trio – Patawawa contributed their funky indie dance jam- Wires as the lead single on Boogie Angst’s finely-curated ‘Edition Two’ compilation. The infectious dance track built on their already significant support from the likes of The Line of Best Fit, NME, DIY, and CLASH magazine as it climbed the Hype machine charts. They also added further national radio plays to their existing collection of support on BBC Radio 1, 6Music and BBC Introducing. Indeed there’s more heat around this crew than The Human Torch on bonfire night, and come the time for remixes on track there was only one choice of who should get behind the boards…

Hot Toddy is a name that is synonymous with quality in the UK disco, house and dance scenes. One of the founding members of Crazy P, both his work with that project and his releases under his solo moniker have never been short of excellent. There is no denying his pedigree in the genre and has once again assembled two absolute fire-starting reworks.

Maintaining the catchiness and instant glittery likability of the original, his mixes instead focus firmly on the club dancefloor with the ‘Hot Toddy Disco Dub’ clocking in at eight minutes and boasting more grooves than your local car-tyre dealership. It’s still a bass led fiesta with disco vibes aplenty for your dancing pleasure. And for those that like their mixes a bit deeper fear not! There’s the self-explanatory – ‘Hot Toddy Deeper Dub’ which is everything you’d want and more all neatly packaged in a dub mix.

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