Calvin Harris Teams Up With Eli Brown For ‘Moving/Don’t You Want Me’ Under Love Regenerator Alias

Calvin Harris’ underground Love Regenerator alias is still going strong, today he has released his fourth EP, this time combining forces with Eli Brown for two productions.

For the first collaboration of the Love Regenerator project, Eli Brown comes onboard for refreshes to two classic dance records with ‘Moving’ and ‘Don’t You Want Me’.

‘Moving’ samples ‘Music Is Moving’ from back in 1992 from Fargetta, which was later brought back into rotation with a new version from Cortina. Love Regenerator and Eli Brown have updated the classic into a piano filled tech house hitter with grungy drops.

‘Do You Feel Me’ refreshes 1993’s release from NY Finest of the same name. The pair of producers bring an acid approach to this one, just like many previous records from Love Regenerator. They push the underground UK house sound that both are known for.

This is another exploration into the underground from Calvin Harris and we’re loving it. You can relive his special quarantine sets here.




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