There isn’t a song that better exemplifies British label Hypercolour’s appeal than Mosca’s 2012 hit “Eva Mendes”. The track has plenty of techy underground signifiers that get the heads leaning for more, but everything from the track title to the vocal sample had big time dancefloors going nuts since its June release. Labelmates Huxley, Tom Demac and George Fitzgerald hit similar tones throughout what had to be Hypercolour’s largest year to date. Earlier today, Mosca let loose a treat for all the ravers in his well played VIP of “Eva Mendes”, a slightly beefier, more groove-oriented version of the original. The London producer doesn’t appear willing to let the VIP loose on the general public in download form just yet, but maybe he’ll come to his senses eventually. Stream below.