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Danny Dove - Show Me

October 29, 2012
His collab with Nathan C was one of the first pieces to land on the Trice Recordings label, and he's given a warm welcome back. UK producer Danny Dove shows off his solo sound, landing the contagious and highly energetic 'Show Me'. After collaborating with the likes of Ben Preston, Eddie Kid and singers Julie Thompson and Stephen Cell, Danny Dove brings out his solo gear. To great success. 'Show Me' is an absolute peak-timer, surprisingly melodic and hard-rocking at the same time. If the synths won't get you, the vocals will. For a slightly deeper prog-house approach, try the Darth & Vader remix. Break-beat, deep bass and some unexpected twists are the key to this remix.


  1. 1. Show Me (Original Mix) (05:30)
  2. 2. Show Me (Darth & Vader Remix) (05:25)
  3. 3. Show Me (Radio Edit) (03:25)
  4. 4. Show Me (Darth & Vader Radio Edit) (03:05)
Keplar quality