Third Party, one of the most scintillating up-and-comers of the global house community, has done it again. Fresh off their May release “Thank You” on Ultra Records, Third Party has returned to set the world of progressive house on fire yet again with their sizzling sound. For their newest track, the talented duo out of Essex, UK have chosen to revisit one of the most infectious anthems of the season with a remix of their own. “Somebody to Love” is a massive tune originally produced by Sultan & Ned Shepard, on a collaboration with Thomas Sagstad and featuring the vocal stylings of Dirty Vegas‘ Steve Smith. Third Party takes the melodic base of the original production and amplifies the energy with their trademark massive edge. A rhythmic chord progression, courtesy of some slick synth work, drives the feel while a frighteningly-powerful lead compounds the intensity. All the while, Steve Smith’s vocal work adds emotion to the track, and the final build-up sees Third Party tie it all together. Spacious chords, scorching leads, and pure passion drive the track into the final drop. Third Party has crafted a masterful remix, and if their recent productions are anything to go by, the duo has nothing but sunny skies ahead of them. This is a track to behold, and certainly a track to love. Pick up your copy today.
Sultan & Ned Shepard vs. Thomas Sagstad feat. Dirty Vegas – Somebody To Love (Third Party Remix)
Purchase Third Party‘s “Somebody To Love” Remix on Beatport
Third Party‘s previous tracks available on Beatport