Marc Miroir is the Berlin based head of Paso-Music. He has been active for a decade and as well as on his own label has turned out on Aras, Trapez ltd, Bondage, Heinz Music and many others. Here one of his big hitters 'Let Me Go' feat. Elif Bier gets remixed by deep house legend Fred P, as well as Leo Cubanero and Deadbeat. New York's Soul People boss and underground talent Fred P goes first and unsurprisingly his track is spiritual and way below the surface, with emotive female vocal coos and skipping drums all laced up in mesmerising and soulful pads. Then comes Leo Cubanero, who has been producing on label like Festplatten and Nachtfrequent since 2003, and he flips the track into a liquid tech house affair with libidinous vocals and freaky synths and pads that add as spooky air to proceedings. Lastly, Montrealer DeadBeat lays down a sublime minimal dub remix that is gooey and lazy, elastic and seductive in all the right ways, especially when the sexy vocal comes in. This is a connoisseur package of deep house that breathes plenty of great new life into the Marc Miroir & Elif Bier original.