8-bit sampling has been done. 16-bit and 32-bit sounds are okay, but we’re gonna side with Eliot Lipp on this one and say that going for the 64-bit gold was the right choice. On this exclusive one-off track from the NY producer, a piece of the soundtrack from one of the best first-person shooters of all time, GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64, is reworked into a slow-swaggering dance jam that wouldn’t be the least bit out of place in a darkly lit nightclub scene featuring a tuxedo-clad Pierce Brosnan with some doe-eyed European knockout. Like the smokey vixen, Lipp’s beat is a purely sexual beast, but those ominous synth melodies and sound effects give off the air of an insidious double agent waiting for her chance to pounce.