- Release Date 2009-02-02
- Label MLXL
- Catalog MLXL002
(Plus: Mac & Taylor / Dave Walker / Liam Melly Remixes)
Released on Beatport 02/02/09 (4 weeks Exclusive)
Worldwide Release: 02/03/09
KISS IT BETTER is the second release from Mallorca's brand new label MLXL which follows up from his last release "CIRCLES" on Discover/Flux Delux Records in Decemeber 2008.
KISS IT BETTER is another driving monster that kicks down the club doors with a bass line even sleazier than Dogma's (MLXL01) !! Its all Beats , Bleeps and Bass lines until the euphoric string break down before launching straight back into the filth.
This is the second single to be taken from Mallorca's yet untitled debut album which will be released exclusivley on MLXL. before summer 2009.
ON THE REMIX:
Mallorca really has pulled in Team G.B. !
All artists past and present productions feature heavily in his DJ sets around the globe.
KISS IT BETTER: DAVE WALKER REMIX (Scotland)
London based producer Dave Walker turns in a progressive Trance remix that will have the heads fighting for a promo. Dave's tracks have been released on - Flashover Recordings, Detox Records, DJSA Records, Cellection Records & Owano Records.
His lastest Release - Mystify - is out now on Detox
KISS IT BETTER: MAC & TAYLOR REMIX (England)
Liverpool due Mac & Taylor pump up the BPM's to deliver the Hard Trance mix that has been going down a storm in Mallorca's recent DJ sets. The boys have released on Couture, CGI, Communicate, Infexious, Beyond & Abstract.
KISS IT BETTER: LIAM MELLY (N.Ireland)
Derry based Liam Melly delivers the big room Trance mix which completes this release. The young LUSH resident has had releases on labels such as Bonzai , Infrasonic & Emotive.
His last release - Departure E.P. is out now on TEKELEC
MALLORCA LEE: BIOG
From his humble beginnings in rave as Ultra-Sonic to global chart success with Public Domain, busting rhymes with Chuck D and Professor Griff (Public Enemy) along the way before signing to the uber cool Subliminal Records as part of Scanners, the man of many guises shows no sign of slowing down ... Even indie/rock magazine NME proclaimed him "more rock and roll than Oasis!".
MLXL joins his indispensable Debunk Music imprint that already harbors some of the worlds best producers of House (Scanners, Steve Lawler, Mike Monday), Trance and Techno (David Forbes, Signalrunners and Mark Sherry).