Premiere: Torren Foot's Hot Sauce gets three spicy remixes to help you get tippin'

Premiere: Torren Foot's Hot Sauce gets three spicy remixes to help you get tippin'

Rodney Hunter, Tough Love and Mak & Pasteman bring some serious heat.

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Torren Foot's latest club stomper Hot Sauce has been adding his particular brand of spice to dancefloors the world over the past couple of months, with a rumbling bassline, catchy-af topline and tough-as-nails 4x4 ready to light up whichever late night raver it happens upon.

And now the track gets a tidy re-up from three of the best in the biz, each bringing a little different flavour to proceedings - we'll let the man himself take you through 'em:

Love every one of these mixes, but here’s what I love in particular about each of them:

Tough Love: With a dark, sweaty, strobed, low ceiling'd room in mind, the Tough Love guys took this mix to my own personal sanctum. The bassline is super hard, the groove is locked down, and the synths make you dance like you’re repeatedly slapping an upright punching bag. This is the mix your Mum was worried about when you left the house to hit your first disco.

Mak & Pasteman: This mix is so quirky, it makes me smile. The sounds grabbed me immediately, and the more I listened, the more I loved it. The drums are super crisp and the eccentric sound pallet carries the ear throughout the whole record. It sounds like a robot ate 10kg of chillies, then tried to burp the alphabet.

Rodney Hunter: "Enter the laid back coming of the SAUCE. Think Kolombo, think Bunny Tiger, think beach club, Mai Tai’s and a setting sun. Then forget all of that, throw your drink over your shoulder and unbutton your top three shirt buttons. Welcome to the Rodney Hunter mix.

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