This October, Black Hole Recordings introduced a new vocal name to the electronic music domain. The man behind the Lyonheart mask is by no means though a singing/songwriting tenderfoot. Over the last half-decade or so, he's notched up club hits alongside the likes of (hey, hint!) BT, Oakenfold, Chicane, MYNC & others. However, with 'Amelia', his lead-out single (and into 2016, a full artist album), he's ushering in a new sound, feel and era to his music. Holland's label-finest are blazing Lyonheart's trail with a run of remixes that take the radio-oriented Original Mix and repoint it in the direction of club floors. After the versions from LTN and Somna, Black Hole's third remixer takes a cooler, more chilled approach to the track. Regular Roger Shah production cohort Brian Laruso shuffles in the timbale percussion and delivers a dusk-tinged version, which gives Lyonheart's vocal more of a lamenting, summer-ending wistfulness.