Throbbing is an adjective often associated with big room house music, but how often does a song really own a physical quality beyond an obsequious kick? Tesfa Williams (you might know him as T.) knows a thing or two about throbbing rhythms, particularly in the garage department. Williams’ latest, the Pain & Love EP, saw the London producer aim for a wider audience, adapting his garage riddims to the skill sets of a few vocalists. You’re probably familiar with Disclosure’s oh so infectious Sam Smith-assisted “Latch” at this point, and whether it fits your fancy or no, it’s undeniable that the British youngsters have an impressive pop sensibility. If “Latch” lacked a little bit of the oomph that you need to move your hips, T. Williams has the solution. Keeping Smith’s vocals mostly intact, Williams takes “Latch” from the radio to the club, infusing some prescribed bounce to the original.