It's no secret that Mark Picchiotti delivers quality vocal house records and his latest offering is definitely no exception. With a nod to his Chicago House heritage, Mark's Original Piano-centric vocal mix gleefully supports the message delivered by lead vocalist, UK Chanteuse Alec Sun Drae. The dub mix of which is a call to the dance floor to "put your hands up" which will undoubtedly be the overwhelming response. Mark then reinterprets the message and pushes the more serious and slightly aggressive angle with an old skool stabby keyboard hook supported by tech house "ear candy" and one phat bassline. And of course his inimitable dub takes it a step further and pushes the attitude and aggression of the track to an exhaustingly higher level. Next up, with a slight departure from his usual pure tech offerings, 2Bit fuses house with electro and goes deep and dirty with amazing results. Rounding out the mix package with funky underground house mixes is Chicago's very own South of Roosevelt who rapidly are becoming known by house heads everywhere as "ones to watch". Regardless of which mix you choose, you'll certainly "feel like singing", dancing, jumping, shouting or exhibiting some other expression of extreme enthusiasm!