Chris Schambacher cruised the world of progressive house for years before branching out into other genres.
Now the producer is putting his newfound exploration to use with the release of his official remix of Cash Cash‘s “All My Love”, out via Big Beat Records. Schambacher leans into a future bass sound, though his production skills are still prominently displayed, culminating in an epic, anthemic addition to the original’s pop-centric sensibilities.
NYC trio Cash Cash have been making their way back into the spotlight after the release of their star-studded, debut album last year, Blood, Sweat, & 3 Years. First emerging at the top of the year with the Rozes-assisted “Matches,” the crossover group have seen recent success with their follow-up single “All My Love” featuring YouTube sensation Conor Maynard.
With the track already making it’s way into Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits playlist, Cash Cash have recruited Hexagon regular, Sagan, to take their soon-to-be hit and reimagine it for the club and festival circuits. Leaving Conor Maynard’s vocal as the driver to keep the track’s accessibility, the Ukranian producer constructs a complementary arrangement of trilling warped synths, bouncing bassline, and sprinkled-in vocal chops.
Stream Sagan’s remix of “All My Love” exclusively on Dancing Astronaut above.
It’s almost to the point where you can distinctively tell when a progressive track is released by Cash Cash. It has become an expectation for us to get a phenomenal vocal paired with the Pop-Drop style that has taken over sound waves everywhere. In all honesty, I don’t think Cash Cash have ever REALLY received