Kraak & Smaak are on fire right now.
Having released their latest album Chrome Waves at the end of last year, they have seen the singles from the album become locked on anthems with support from Pete Tong, Danny Howard, Monki and Rob Da Bank at Radio 1 in the UK and major support across Europe and the US where their album topped college radio charts and was supported by tastemaker LA station KCRW.
As well as their home label Jalapeno they have seen their popularity surge on the back of releases on dance music biggest labels including Axtone and Spinnin'
Now the dutch boys are dropping a double A side release from their album showcasing the amazing vocals of legendary New York songstress Joi Cardwell alongside the UK's hottest soul man John Turrell.
The remix package is a treat with mixes from Art of Tones, Hot Toddy, Blende and Animist covering the bases from disco to deep house.
Listen to 'Back Again' feat. John Turrell (Hot Toddy remix) here:
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