Following on from the furious funk of their recent banger Critical, Phunk Investigation and Schumacher team up for another belter that's ripe for these summer months and big festival stages.
Groove-wise, Miracle treads a similar path to its predecessor, with plump kicks thudding away beneath a bouncy off-beat bassline and synth pattern, filtered-down disco loops churning through the mix. There's more of a tinge of late-'90s house going on, brought up to date with ruthless production prowess and enormous builds and drops, and just a splash of groovy techno in the looping main sections. A blissed-out breakdown catches you unaware with the soaring vocals of Dino and anthemic pianos, providing the perfect counterweight to the bombastic groove and making for serious impact when we drop back into the thick of it.
If you're not so vocally-inclined, head over to the Dub, where instrumental solace awaits with all the punch of the original.