LEFTI Reveals Eclectic Flip of Dance Music Legend Mark Picchiotti’s Nervous Records Release ‘Party Life’

Kicking off with a expert design and beautiful sonic personality woven in, LEFTI is remixing the music scene, and his latest rendition of “Party Life” is no exception. The original, a disco gem by Mark Picchiotti and Birdee, is getting a funky makeover, all under the wing of New York City’s legendary Nervous Records. It’s all about those warehouse vibes and getting the dance floor moving.

In 2021, LEFTI took a turn and founded Quincy Boy Records, a label all about that funky house music. It didn’t take long for “Party People” – a single of his off of the label – to hit the airwaves, snagging the “Track of the Week” on BBC Radio 1 and proving that LEFTI’s tunes continue to have that special something.

LEFTI’s journey is a cool mix of steady pulses and rhythms along with rising fame. He’s been jamming with big-name house labels like Freakin909 and Let There Be House – showing off his diverse vibes and undeniable talent. From laying down tracks as a studio musician to spinning the decks as a DJ and producer, LEFTI knows how to keep the crowd hooked with his catchy remixes and originals that are easy to come back to time and time again.

LEFTI continues to garner more attention over time, with big shots like Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim, and Don Diablo giving him support, and sharing the stage with artists like MK and Dombresky just adds to the hype. This remix of “Party Life” is a sneak peek into LEFTI’s bright future, highlighting his incredible walk in music and the wide-ranging support he’s receiving from artists and labels alike.