When Dark Disco was released on Corderoy’s CDRY imprint earlier this year, the leftfield approach that fused elements of electro, house, breakbeat and a myriad of other influences to create the inimitable Dark Disco left Corderoy with enviable support from the likes of Tiesto, Sick Individuals, Paul Oakenfold, Micky Slim and Bart Claessen.

Catching the eye of producers across the board, the gnarly bassline and foray into uncharted territory left Dark Disco as a prime candidate for the remix treatment; but a pioneering sound demands a pioneering touch and who better to step up to the challenge than 23 year-old South African electro master, Das Kapital.

Named as one South Africa’s top 35 coolest people under 35 by GQ, Das Kapital has started his career on the right foot and his re-imagining of the Dark Disco sound continues his eclectic approach to dance music. Keeping the instantly recognisable Dark Disco sample, Das Kapital takes the already warped bassline, strips it back and then twists things up further, resulting in a track that demands perhaps an even darker, sweatier dancefloor than the original. Sitting comfortably in the DMC World Buzz Chart top ten for the two weeks running, and with support from Moska, Sick Individuals, Far Too Loud, The Squatters, Charlie Hedges (Kiss FM) and Wuki.

Out now on Beatport.