Dua Lipa's disco gets a shot of Detroit house.
Moodymann's remix is the best on the entire collection. It starts off in an echoey room full of laughter, the sounds of a nightclub once the music stops and the lights go on, before Moodymann's surprisingly delicate mix wraps itself around Lipa's voice. He plays with the vocal phrases, loops them, and adjusts his sound to fit hers. This remix is the truest in spirit to Future Nostalgia's retro disco sheen, enough to make you wonder what the album could have sounded like in Moodymann's hands. It's a fine way to end an audacious remix record that might have kids looking up Robert Owens and Masters At Work, and more importantly, is a fitting tribute to the discofied sound of one of the year's best pop albums.