Making rave-friendly deep house that sounds more in line with turn of the '80s new wave than the heavy, lush sounds allowing sick ass drops to land on feathered beds in pop these days, Hot Since 82's (aka Daley Padley) rise to global dance stardom has been quite impressive. Keeping his finger firmly on the pulse of where the UK dance's mainstream house-friendly vibes are at these days, his latest hard, heavy and yet still quite deep take on Black Box's 1990 hit single "Everybody Everybody," "Somebody Everybody" is a winner. The chunky funky bassline that gives the original the bedrock for its iconic steamrolling groove, instead gets a wholly retro-fitted makeover, with minor key effects and a tech house kick that, in true early '80s tradition gives the track the song a feeling of being dance-friendly, yet weirdly heading on an actually quite well-defined road to nowhere. Released by Hot Since 82's own Knee Deep In Sound label, it's currently available on Beatport.