The groove-master “Moon Boots” welcomes me back to Binary with the sound I’ve been missing for months. This Chi-town producer has given Janet Jackson’s vocals from her 1993 hit “If” an eclectic twist, by lacing its R&B genre with trop-house disco in his summer hit, “Sugar”.
The sweetness of this song starts off immediately in its smooth intro, initiating the explosion of the sexy bass synths to come. And then all of a sudden, the Janet Jackson we all know sounds like a smooth, silky goddess. The chime leads introduced a couple minutes in is redolent of the beginning of Goldroom’s Hands remix – additional synthesizers that perfect its beamish vibes.
This song is perfect as you’re milking the last bit of summer. Oh and best part is, you can download it for free, thanks to French Express.
Moon Boots nails it every time, and you can’t help but fall in love with every single one of his glitzy tracks. Try and tell me that you don’t still blast “Got Somebody” on a regular basis. It’s always refreshing to have a nu-disco artist who creates modern cosmic boogie, yet tributes 90’s and early twenty-first century hits like it ain’t no thang.