Premiere: Josh The Cat's latest gets a disco-fuelled remix courtesy of Josh Abrahams

Premiere: Josh The Cat's latest gets a disco-fuelled remix courtesy of Josh Abrahams

The 'Addicted To Bass' legend jumps in on Josh The Cat's I'll Remember You.

Electro-pop dude Josh The Cat's latest singleĀ I'll Remember You has been some of his finest work to date, copping plenty of radio play and a packed launch show at The Gasometer in Melbourne when it was released back in August.

And now it gets new life courtesy of Australian dance music royalty in Josh Abrahams, the man responsible for the late-90s mega hitĀ Addicted To Bass that hit #1 on the US Billboard charts and was certified Gold down under. A chance encounter with Abrahams during Josh The Cat's relocation to Berlin led to this rad new remix, an irresistible, funk-fuelled slice of nu-disco that gets the foot tapping. "I remember Josh Abrahams coming to one of my early solo shows in an underground cafe shortly after I had relocated to Berlin. When he heard I'll Remember You he was really excited about the track and offered to remix it. Of course I said yes!"

It's the perfect send-off on a huge year for Josh The Cat, and you'll be able to join him for his last show of 2018 on December 20 at Boney, where he'll be supporting Resin Moon's single launch. Until then, get funked with the two Joshes below:

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