After a very successful 2012, Myna Music presents the last release of the year and made sure they saved the best for last! Label head Da Sunlounge, who has been in fall force all year charting high in the beatport charts and picking up some glowing reviews/great DJ feedback and radio plays for his productions. Here he teams up with Sara Z, who provides the infectious vocal to Been Here From the Start thats driven along by analogue keys/drums and that da sunlounge trademark deep bounce, Its the kind of track that will run over and over in your mind for the rest of the night. Drafted in on remix duty is Justin Harris of the Freaks. Justin alongside Luke Solomon has managed to rack up some great productions over the years, including remixes for artists such as Kasabian, Soft Cell, The Human League, Derrick Carter, Greenskeepers, Tiefschwarz and Damon Albarn to name just a few and have themselves recorded for such esteemed labels such as Classic, Hot Creations, Crosstown Rebels, Playhouse and of course the legendary Music For Freaks (MFF) Justin has also recorded his own solo projects as himself or Philippe Maurice for Classic, Sensory Productions, Swag and Tombone. He also runs an underground house label Paranoid with old friend and sidekick Lil Mark (Classic Recordings) Here he brings all that experience together and creates an outstanding remix of Been Here From The Start its one of those mixes that will sure stand the test of time.Following on, Da Sunlounge turns in a darker dub of the original version, definitely one for the big underground sound systems. A heads down and get lost in its captivating groove track. Seeing the package out is DK Watts. After growing up in New York and spending the last decade living in San Francisco, DK Watts (who is 1/2 of the production duo called the Short Bus Kids) recently made the leap across the Atlantic Ocean to live in Amsterdam. A veteran of the underground house music scene, DK Watts has made a lasting impression with a number of quality releases on his Bounce House Recordings label as well as many other respected Imprints. Here he provides a classic underground sounding remix, using the vocal more sparingly and creating a mix that will appeal to the deep and Tech House fans.