After Jus Ed And Chris Carrier Appeared On The First Ep, Now Comes Classic Aligned Producer Miss Honey Dijon, Peacefrog Regular Dan Curtain And The One And Only Detroit Talent That Is Andrés, Who Serve Up One Remix Each, With An Original By Dj W!ld Also Being Included.
DJ W!ld is pleased to announce a second instalment of remixes from his well received album When You Feel Me. After Jus Ed and Chris Carrier appeared on the first EP, now comes Classic aligned producer Miss Honey Dijon, Peacefrog regular Dan Curtain and the one and only Detroit talent that is Andrés, who serve up one remix each, with an original by DJ W!ld also being included.
That original is ‘Love Every Day’ and is another fine missive from the studio of French house king DJ W!ld. It is a fat, deep, rolling cut with pinging toms and kick drums, cool vocal samples and a laid-back jazzy vibe that will really bring people to the ‘floor.
This same cut then gets remixed by Andrés, who used to DJ with Slum Village, runs his own label La Vida and is a regular producer alongside Moodymann aka Kenny Dixon Junior on his label KDJ. His remix here is a jazzy, hip hop influenced affair with raw hand claps, jazzy piano motifs and loveably louche and dusty groove.
The next remix comes from Chicago’s Miss Honey Dijon, who regularly plays places like Panorama Bar and has remixed and produced for her good friend Derrick Carter’s Classic label before now. Her version of ‘Get Busy’ is a slick, up tempo and acid riddled affair that will drive people wild on the dance floor. It is urgent and supple, seductive and has a beautiful breakdown that makes for a fine moment’s pause before the acid and drums kick in earnest once more.
Finally, Holic Trax and Bass Culture man Dan Curtain has been doing his do since the 1990s and has contributed greatly to the development of techno in that time. His remix is a full on techno forcefield with manic melodies and thumping drums charging along, hypnotising you as they go.
Buy this EP digitally and you will be treated to two extra tracks, namely two great remixes of ‘Come To Me’ by huge Defected act Flashmob and left of centre tech house pair Italoboyz, who both turn out infectious grooves to round out this special release [txt from ]