When any electronic sensation picks up a long forgotten track and spins it into their own rendition, the critics’ heads turn waiting to see if it will be a hit or miss. Newcastle native, Cristoph, dusted off an indie anthem of the early 2000s to build a steady reminiscent house track updates for the dance floor. Australian indie rock band, The Temper Trap, released “Sweet Disposition” in 2008 — what is arguably considered one of the greatest songs of a generation.
Hailing from Britian, Cristoph has been dubbed Erik Prydz protégé, so it’s unsurprising that the Pryda Presents signee’s retouch showcases originality on all fronts. Cristoph peeled back the layers of the original track, creating an open playground for his signature house while leaving Dougy Mandagi’s vocals faintly altered. The track is darker and massively more upbeat than the happy indie original, but the continuous beat will make everyone dance out memories of earlier, easier times. The famous vocals are slightly drawn out to lead the way into the subtle, yet powerful, drop. This remix is one we never thought we’d need but one we most definitely appreciate.