The buzz around this track apparently began to build when Fantastic Man included it on his Resident Advisor podcast. It comes from a shadowy figure described by the label as "an elusive Australian producer". With its dreamy, Simple Minds-ish fluttering chords, dreamy and ghostly melodies and buzzing, '89 style breakbeat-house rhythm, "Speed Your Rage To Me" is very much in keeping with current dancefloor trends. It's the sort of track that will not only appeal to younger DJs who get excited by DJ Boring and DJ Seinfeld releases, but also older Balearic beards who have fond memories of stumbling around fields at six in the morning to records with this kind of floating, loved-up appeal.
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