Touch Sensitive – Pizza Guy/Show Me

Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy:Show Me

You may already know Touch Sensitive, from his collaboration with Anna Lunoe, for the song “Real Talk”. This house song is really good, and is already a classic, played all around the world.

 

Today, this producer from Australia is back with an EP, out via Future Classic. It includes 2 songs: the first one, “Pizza Guy”, was premiered in a mix by Classixx, and later featured in many mixtapes. The synths of the song are just so catchy, I don’t know if it’s possible not to like it. I personnally love everything about this song: the synths introduced progressively, the funky bassline, the vocal samples… The release includes a remix from Lauer, but there is no stream of it yet.

As if it was not enough, there’s a side B, “Show Me”, quite funky too. With this EP, Touch Sensitive proves his productions skills, and we hope to hear more from him. And again, big up to the label Future Classic for bringing us great music!

You can buy the 12″ from Future Classic shop. According to Amazon, the digital version will be out April 19.

UPDATE: The official stream of “Pizza Guy” is now available, and you can purchase the digital version exclusively on Beatport.

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  1. 6 June, 2013

    […] What I like with labels is that when you find one matching your tastes, you can discover great new artists by following them. It’s exactly what happens to me with Future Classic: every release coming from them sounds like gold to my ears. Their upcoming release will come from Sydney-based producer Hayden James.  ”Permission To Love” is so smooth, I think I’ll have it on repeat this summer. The release will include remixes from Charles Murdoch and Touch Sensitive (whose EP was the latest release of Future Classic). […]

  2. 24 October, 2013

    […] a bit different for today: Australian producer Touch Sensitive, revealed with the amazing song “Pizza Guy”, is collaborating with Visual artist Ego for a special project. They’re calling fans to submit […]

  3. 18 July, 2017

    […] very often, but when he does, you know it’s gonna be great. Since his debut track “Pizza Guy“, he never disappointed, and that’s again the case with “Lay […]

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