J. Worra's "some ppl fall" receives nu-disco remix treatment from David Penn

J. Worra's “some ppl fall” was already a certified jam with off-beat claps and disco-esque organ stabs that are made to groove to, and with David Penn on remix duties the track is delivered to new heights.

With David Penn at the helm of the record’s newest nu-disco remix, the track spotlights punchy piano riffs that bring “some ppl fall” to a tropical setting, as the beat builds before erupting in a fury of cowbells and deep basslines. Under his signature smooth sound, David Penn has created a rare type of dance floor cut that works in a club and by the poolside, blending the right amount of euphoria with upfront bass, and classic nu-disco grooves.

J. Worra has had an impressive career to date, earning recognition from tastemaker outlets across the globe. Her skills as a DJ, and talent in the studio have secured releases on noteworthy labels Realm, Techne, Thrive, Mau5trap, Insomniac’s In/Rotation & Dirtybird, plus landed her official remixes for Kaskade, Deadmau5, GRiZ, Felix Cartal and Kyle Watson.

With a year’s worth of steady stand-out club tracks on Club Sweat, J. Worra maintains momentum with 27 US show dates through the rest of 2021.

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