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Wendy Escobar Adds a ‘Feminine Touch’ With Her Laid Back House Remix of Denham’s “No Presh”

New York’s up and coming house music queen, Wendy Escobar has released a new remix of Denham’s “No Presh” today. The house track brings a fresh new look to the song. Escobar’s fun and upbeat remix will leave listeners feeling “no pressure.” Listen Here

Wendy Escobar stays true to her house and techno roots in this latest remix. She has expertly mixed upbeat rhythms with a catchy melody that continues throughout the song. “No Presh”, which was engineered by Yas Inoue (engineer for Little Louie Vega), is a beautiful sonic journey filled with synth and drum snares. Wendy plays with the instrumentals and vocals in a unique yet subtle way. She introduces jazz-like chords along with using audio effects over the singer’s sultry vocals. The remix brings the lyrics and vocals to another level. “Give me something real with your love baby, give me something real with all your emotion.”

This remix of Denham’s “No Presh” showcases Escobar’s talent as a house artist. She has successfully brought the track to a new level with her laid back house beat. She is set to become a star within the house and techno community. The DJ and producer is part of a new generation of house music artists, leading the pack with her fresh and innovative beats.

In addition, Episode 4 of Wendy’s podcast Mood Swing is out today! Check it out here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/wendy-escobar-presents-mood-swing/id1353839160?mt=2

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