Most of us have acquainted ourselves with Magic Man‘s breakout hit, “Paris.” Of course, it’d be hard to miss. From that very first listen, the song’s nostalgic and lovesick lyrics have been imbedded in our brains. While the song has proven to be quite the little success, it wouldn’t have gotten there without a little help from remixes by Pacific Air and New Politics. Enter Louis The Child.
Following a string of knockout remixes, Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett—the Chicagoans behind this happy-go-lucky DJ duo—have joined in on the action. With their slinky, pitch-shifted rendition they have substantially raised the bar in an attempt to better the original. As it cuts in and out of the production, the bassline takes us on a rather unexpected and unpredictable roller-coaster ride. Their addition of throbbing beats and ferocious synths lends this remix a retro-modern feel, which makes it a summer anthem with high replay value.