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Starting out the 2015 release line-up for Get Up Recordings is "Full of It", a deep house track from Los Angelian Spencer Moore, a.k.a., Sharper Image. No stranger to the label, in 2014 Spencer did a brilliant remix for label co-owner, Christy Love's "B.W.F.A.". This time around, he releases a major jam with remixes from Chicago's Alinka and fellow Los Angeles transplant, Kenny Summit.

Born and raised in Nashville, Spencer was surrounded by music from a young age. Stylistically, his production draws upon his southern roots with an enduring love of soul music and blues which can be heard on "Full of It". Its essentially a deep house dreamy track that swells with vocal snippets and a soulful bumping bassline.

Alinka takes the helm with her remix of the track. In addition to running Twirl Recordings out of Chicago with her partner Shaun J. Wright, she has a DJ career spanning 13 years under her belt, from being a resident at Smart Bar to global trots. Her knowledge of music and production style comes from being surrounded by music all the time. She is able to draw from the best and make them her own unique sound. Her Chicago style rips right through on this remix from the jackin' vocals to the cool swinging dark bassline.

Second up on remix duties is Good For You Records head honcho, Kenny Summit. Being a New Jersey native comes with all the perks from growing up in Zanzibar and Limelight to eventually DJing at both legendary venues. His production work with Eric Kupper and the House Music Legend, Frankie Knuckles can be heard on his label. His style is House, Deep House, and The Jersey Sound, which can be heard on take of the song from his piano key chords to the diva vocal re-workings. His interpretation stays a bit truer to the original, making it a beautiful compliment to this release.
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