“Show Me” was born amid Ultra’s Bayfront Park homecoming. And nearly eight months later, John Summit has officially converted it into his third Off The Grid Records—his newly founded house imprint and events brand, which launched immediately after Ultra—original, following “In Chicago” and “What A Life” alongside Guz.

And on release day, the Hannah Boleyn-backed original is a slightly updated version from what Summit brought to downtown Miami—and every other set that followed—with its final form being introduced during his return to Electric Zoo. On the latest from Dancing Astronaut‘s 2021 Breakout Artist of the Year, Boleyn’s ear-grabbing hook sits atop a tight-knit framework of tech-house that shines with versatility and maintains a sonic appeal that could electrify both an underground setting and a casual at-home listening session. Stream both the radio edit and extended mix of Summit’s long-awaited ID below.

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